Falling in love is something that should be savored, not rushed. But far too many of us are in a hurry to secure a partner, sometimes to the detriment of the relationships we build with each other. Below, therapists around the country offer seven telltale signs that you need to slow down and let things evolve a little more organically. What does that mean? If you get angry or hurt by their text etiquette, that should be a conversation you have.
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When you meet someone new and you're totally smitten, sometimes a relationship can move too fast. Even if you're not looking to go from zero to 60 in record time and you actually want to take it slow, when you're really feeling it for someone you can lose control of the situation. Then, before you know it, it's only been a few weeks and you're already talking about moving in together. Which, although great because being in love is awesome, moving too quickly can sometimes doom the relationship. Susan Edelman , tells Bustle. While there's no guarantee that a relationship that moves too quickly will absolutely, positively end just as quickly as it came to be, taking it slow is usually a far better option than racing through it; it's not as though there's some invisible finish line you need to get to, so taking your time to really relish in those fun beginning moments is something worth considering. Because once that honeymoon phase of a relationship is over, it's not coming back.
Too Much, Too Fast? How To Slow Down Online Dating Relationships
I'm kind of an expert on relationships that move too fast. If I'm being all the way honest, in the lesbian community, we're pretty famous for going from friends to forever in the time it takes to make a "you're the love of my life" playlist. OK, I kid.
All Posts. Alisa Grace - August 23, Topic: Dating , Spiritual Intimacy. I was 21 years old when I drove from Texas to Colorado with my friend Christie to attend the wedding of a friend from Japan.