This is the ideal time to dig deeper, evaluating your relationship, your sweetheart and yourself.
When you approach the first two months with willingness and forethought, you can establish healthy patterns and the strong foundation necessary to make the relationship last.
At the park, play tennis instead of going for a walk.
At the movies, go see a musical if you’re both accustomed to rom-coms or action flicks.
Your compatibility along with coordinating ideas on partnership success can make a big difference when it comes to how long you two stick together.
Most people naturally dress and behave to impress in the beginning.
For instance, when you talk about your main life goals, your favorite causes and your thoughts on everything from politics to religion, you may discover that you two share core values and can empathize with one another.
While it is natural to feel vulnerable early on, you won’t move on to a more emotionally intimate relationship if you don’t share what is important to you.
Perhaps he keeps asking you questions about yourself as he keeps trying to get to know you better as a person.
These are all signs that he is most likely developing feelings for you.
Grohol, a psychologist, in his Psych Central article, “5 Things Not to Do in Your New Relationship.” Remain the one-of-a-kind person who attracted your honey by keeping up with your own hobbies and making time for friends, while granting your sweetheart time to do the same.
Jae Kemp has been writing and editing professionally since 2010.