Have you just found yourself in a new relationship? Learn what matters in love right from the start using these new relationship advice and tips.
There’s nothing more exciting than a new relationship in love.
A new relationship brings with it a hope for good things and adds a bit of mystery that intrigues you to learn more.
As pee-inducing as a new relationship may be, you have to take it slow and play by the rules if you want to have a good relationship that can blossom over time into a perfect one.
Most young lovers rush into a new romance and want to know everything it has to offer within the first few days.
But entering a new relationship isn’t like tearing the wrapper off your Christmas present. You have to take your time to open the layers.
From a new relationship to a good relationship
In a seasoned relationship, keeping the excitement alive may seem like the biggest bummer. But in a new relationship, it’s learning to hold back the excitement that ends up distancing new lovers.
If you’ve just met a perfect partner and don’t want to ruin a perfect start, here are all the pointers you need to take it from a new relationship to a good relationship.
1 Meet often, but not too often
When you’re in young love, you’d want to spend every waking minute with your sweetheart. It’s understandable, you’re obviously excited. But could you be pushing it too far?
Remember that new workout dvd you picked up some time ago? You were probably really excited at the beginning, but as the daily workout took more and more time out of your daily routine, you started getting annoyed by it. It’s the same story with love.
By meeting too often, you’re suddenly changing the lives of two individuals who have fallen in love. It may feel great for the first week or so, but eventually your other commitments may pile up and one of you may end up getting annoyed with the other for taking too much time.
Go out on dates once or twice a week, and it’ll keep the love and excitement on a high for a long time. But if you’re both madly in love and can’t keep your hands off each other, then you’re excused to meet each other more often, but with caution.