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Thursday
Sep212017

3 Signs you move too fast in dating

 

 

In the early weeks and months of a relationship, chances are, you want to go skipping forward into the future, hand in hand, as fast as you can. 

You idealize your new date and believe this one’s going to be different from all the rest.When you idealize someone, you see them as all-good or all-perfect. When you first meet someone, it’s actually pretty easy to paint that person with one large brushstroke because you really don’t know that much about him. In other words, because you don’t have much information, you decide to fill in the blanks by using your own imagination. You tell yourself that he is the funniest or sweetest or sexiest guy you’ve ever dated; that he totally understands you; and that you get along with him more easily than with anyone else in the past.

 

Meeting with parents

 Meeting parents within the first month or two is rushing things as well. “Typically, it means this person thinks enough of you to introduce you to the family because they want to sow you off and get approval,” April says.

According to her, rushing this landmark means you need to pump the breaks. It might sound impossible, but spreading out the time you spend together to do other things — see friends or take that class you wanted to enroll in before you met — makes sure your relationship has a natural, organic flow.

A relationship isn't like a flash sale. If you feel like you need to run out and grab something before it's snatched away from you — don't. Whatever is meant to stay in your life will stay.

 

You constantly text him – or think about texting him. Again, it’s normal to think or daydream about someone you like. However, it’s not normal to constantly think about him or her. If you meet someone and find yourself thinking about him all the time – like, obsessively – you are sabotaging the relationship from the start. As a rule, when you meet a new date you like, impose a simple rule for yourself: Initiate no more than a couple of texts each day. Feel free to respond to texts, but tell your date from the beginning that you like to take things slow, and this includes texting! The more you text, talk with, and invest in someone right away, the more you risk feeling brokenhearted over someone you hardly know when it doesn’t work out. Play your hand cautiously in dating and you’ll achieve far more successful results in your relationships.

 

It might sound impossible, but spreading out the time you spend together to do other things — see friends or take that class you wanted to enroll in before you met — makes sure your relationship has a natural, organic flow.

A relationship isn't like a flash sale. If you feel like you need to run out and grab something before it's snatched away from you — don't. Whatever is meant to stay in your life will stay.

 

 

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