Here are 3 easy ways to handle the situation properly. Everyone has been in this situation: You just started dating someone only to find out their birthday is right around the corner. Awkward, right? Here you are, with a new relationship and just as you're getting to know the person, their birthday rolls up out of nowhere and leaves you wondering about the gift.
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You've just started seeing someone, things are going pretty well, so far at least, and then, BAM , you find out it's their birthday. You consider breaking up with them, just to get out of the whole ordeal—maybe they would take you back in a week, once their birthday has passed? Probably not—better not risk it. Don't worry. We've made you a list of exactly what's expected of you, based on length of time dating. At this point, besides the fact that you guys have sex, your relationship isn't so different from that of good friends. If he or she mentions their upcoming birthday in passing, you should casually ask: "Fun, how are you planning to celebrate?
Finding the right gift for that special guy in your life is hard enough. If you've only recently started dating, however, you have a real challenge on your hands -- unless you've been friends for some time. You don't want to go for a gift that screams long-term relationship, but it would be rude not to get him anything. Focus on casual gifts or birthday experiences that relate to his interests or that the two of you can enjoy together. You may have only been officially dating for two weeks, but it's likely you've known him for a bit longer, so you should have some idea of his interests.
The thing about getting a present for your boyfriend or S. See what I mean? So shop away, or if all else fails, go with a funny gift to take the stress off.