It is important that you keep your time and company only as available as he is willing to be – match your level of commitment to his so that you are not left hanging. If you like the relationship for exactly what and where it is, then stay.If you are not satisfied with it, exactly as it is, then you should keep looking.
They wake to find that each is in the other's body.
A month of each pretending to be the other ensues and they have to learn what it's really like to be in the other person's shoes.
I would say focus on being fun and lighthearted and enjoying the relationship for exactly what it is.
But beyond that, I would especially recommend that you keep your options open and you continue keeping up with all your other social activities that do not involve him: seeing your friends, attending any functions you like to go to, etc.
Brett (Guy Pearce), a friend of the host from Melbourne, has just landed a job as presenter of a TV gossip show. Tash (Claudia Karvan) is a science journalist for a national newspaper, studious, intense and self-conscious.
They have nothing in common, so naturally they get it together.
Tash tells him: 'I wish you could be me, so you could see how I feel for once.
I wish I could be you, so I could show you what an idiot you've become! That night is a full moon and fate decides to lend a hand.
“I’ve been seeing this guy for almost 6 months now.