Dating moving fast
I recently started dating someone and we went from zero to a hundred real quick. I had a man who wanted to hang out with me the day after our first date.
A million red flags went up: Is he one of those people who is always in a relationship? On top of all this, he doesn’t have a Facebook, so I added “murderer” to the list of things that could possibly drive a person to want to spend that much time with me so quickly.
If the guy is showing the same signs—if he already wants to introduce you to his best friends, read you essays he wrote in high school, show you his favorite spots in town that he goes alone to think—don’t hold the same info back from him.We fear that we’ll feel like a fool for making ourselves so vulnerable if things don’t work out. You were taking a shot on something that could have been special.It’s rare two people meet who feel so instantly linked—you deserve a gold star for being brave and seeing where that went. But if it does, it was going to happen if you waited 6 months to sleep together as well. Because humans are why people often lose interest in each other after sex, but hey—better to know if that is the case now than longer down the line! But I would avoid ridiculous rules like “no sex for 90 days” or until date #20.Hopefully, you take things slowly, as moving too fast in a relationship can cost you emotional and financial pain.Now, it’s one thing if you don’t mind swerving and shaking in the beginning of a relationship. In some cases, it can end a potential romance, particularly if that’s all the person you liked, really wanted.“Girl let me change my relationship status on Facebook now that I have a man.” Do you really think a few dates equates to an official relationship?