M y phone buzzed with the familiar cricket tone I used for text messages. It was him. I smiled. My family is Indian, but my parents are less conservative than most. It had only been two days since we had met. I wondered if perhaps he was being a little too presumptuous, but then my mind floated off to thoughts of his toned biceps.
Why You Shouldn’t Date a Guy Who Moves Too Fast
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To feel that chemical rush we all love to relish in. When it slows down, he hops off and change stations. Just be ready to carry your own bags home. Your eyes connect, your stomach whirls with butterflies and a cheeky smile tugs at your lips. Sometimes, these moments do turn into genuine love. You see, he wants to experience falling in love, over and over again.
8 Signs Your New Relationship Is Moving Too Quickly
There isn't a perfect answer to the question of how slow or fast a new relationship should move. Taking things slow with a new guy might seem boring or unexciting, but it's what many people feel comfortable with. Others dive in and are more than happy to get serious as quickly as possible and it's what makes sense to them. If you like to move slowly and a friend doesn't understand why, you might be just as baffled by how quickly she throws herself into a new relationship. When you meet someone who you really like, it makes sense that you want to hang out with them several days a week or even every day and it would be full speed ahead toward true love.
It's hard to tell if you're moving too fast in a relationship. It's one of those things that's so easy to identify in other people, yet when it comes to turning the same critique on yourself it's so easy to miss it. It's normal to get all loved up and gooey during the honeymoon phase , but if you get caught up in that, you can end up rushing into a relationship built on giggles and sex, without much substance. This isn't about judging anyone's relationship choice, it's more about making one that's good for you.