Sharp criticism of our thoughts, stance, or arguments is more than welcome, however.If you're in a casual relationship, or have ever been in one, you probably can't pinpoint when it started or ended.Stop wasting your time on dating sites full of stuffy singles looking for their soul mate.
And whatever you do, don't compromise during this conversation, Burns says.During the talk, you can address the fact that you didn't sense a spark, or even explain that you felt like you had "mismatched core values," Burns says.These are just jumping-off points for you to start a conversation.(Disclaimer: This post is mainly about Mainland Chinese girls, NOT ABC’s. Hence why I’m writing an article to explain why you should too.I understand some people may have opinions that differ from mine and, that being the case, I would love to discuss them in civil manner at the bottom of the page.) Everyone is going on about why Japanese girls or Korean girls are the best etc. So I thought I would throw my thoughts into the mix.That's the whole point of a casual relationship — keep it laissez-faire and loose.But all too often, it's assumed that you can just let a casual relationship fizzle out and end without officially pronouncing it dead (a.k.a. Even though lots of people do this, it's not necessarily a good thing.Read More: How to Meet and Date Chinese girls » That’s it for my flashy intro, now to THE RAW FACTS. Asia Dating Experts encourages healthy debate of ideas and viewpoints on our site. If you chose to comment on anything we write then we only ask that you stick to basic rules of civility.No name calling or personal attacks will be tolerated.You owe it to the person you're seeing to tell them that you're not interested, so you can move on and they can, too.If your gut says that you're not interested, or if you sense that you would rather be dating someone else, then you'll probably feel better after having a breakup conversation, even though it can be awkward.