In a new relationship you have to keep things simple. Don’t go planning a wedding, your partner will definitely run away. Just take things slow and let them develop. Here’s some advice on what to do: (Image by Jose Luis Mieza Photography via Flickr)
You can’t keep your hands off each other right now, but how much PDA (public display of affection) is too much? If your beau is comfortable with it, hand-holding and looking into each other’s eyes are generally accepted in most public places. French kissing, groping and fondling are best attempted briefly, and when no one in the vicinity is staring.
We understand how you want to spend every second of every day with your new 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.
In the modern dating world, giving each other space is an essential requirement to a healthy relationship. Right now, you’re only a small part of each other’s lives. So don’t give yourself more importance than you deserve.
Remember there must be chemistry in a relationship. That means less affection and more talking. Find out new things about your partner and grow to know them more and more.
You never want to change the person that you are with. You must accept them as they are and with doing that, that means accepting their flaws that may get under your skin. The thing about that is it makes them who they are so you should keep that in mind.
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Take things nice and slow in this new relationship you are entering. Don’t overwhelm each other by moving too fast and seeing each other too often. All that will do is make you both grow tired of each other and the relationship will either not last or get boring. You want the relationship to always be fresh and fun so take things slow and as they come.
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