How to go from dating into a relationship
I used to have a really bad habit of rushing into relationships.I'd fall hard and fast, and before I realized what was happening, I had locked it down.I learned it the hard way by discovering that taking your time and really getting to know someone before defining the relationship is not only OK, but the right thing to do.Don’t get me wrong, I’m still a romantic, just one with a bit more patience.The main reason I'm so bad at committing is because I'm lazy.No room for laziness if you're going to be in a serious relationship.Chances are, you're not as insane as I am, so remember you do deserve a great relationship.
Or, I figure that once something good happens, then a bunch of bad things have to happen to offset the good thing.Here is what she had to say about how long you should date someone before you decide to take the next step and make the relationship exclusive.One of the main reasons I regretted rushing into a relationships is that, somewhere around month two or three, I’d realize I had no idea who they actually were.We all know that good boyfriends/girlfriends are not a dime a dozen.
But that doesn't stop us from taking a good one for granted sometimes, or wondering if there is someone else out there.
Every relationship is different and moves on its own timeline, so knowing when the time is right to define the relationship (DTR) can be confusing.