Take things slow.
Any experienced lover will know that relationships will always be difficult. While the best kinds of relationships make it seem like they’re carried out effortlessly, the truth is that relationships will always require a lot of work. Couples can’t merely rely on luck and love in order for relationships to work.
A lot of effort must go into every relationship to avoid catastrophes and breakdowns. Given the difficulty of running a successful relationship, a lot of people make mistakes so early on, that their relationships never end up recovering. That is why newbies in relationships who are susceptible to making these mistakes should always try to avoid them at all costs.
If you are guilty of committing any of these relationship sins, then you might as well kiss you relationship goodbye.
1. Letting yourself be available at all times.
Don’t be so obvious in your eagerness to let your prospective mate know that you’re always game for a night out. You have to play hard-to-get just a little bit in order to keep them in want. Your over-eagerness might end up looking a lot like desperation. Also, try to act like you’re busy and that you have other priorities in your life. You can’t be prioritizing someone you’re just starting to date anyway.
2. Asking them out on dates too much.
Yes. The feeling of dating someone new can be exhilarating and you don’t want to waste any time taking your relationship to the next level. However, you can come off as very gross and suffocating if you ask your new partner out on a date every single date. You have to allow each other space to breathe in between your dates.
3. Stalking people on Facebook and getting caught doing it.
Stop stalking your exes if you know that you’re on the brink of establishing a new relationship with someone. It’s really creepy and pathetic. However, it’s even creepier if you start stalking your potential partner on social media and you get caught doing it. If he or she finds out that you’re a serial stalker, then you might as well start finding someone new to date.– Continue reading on the next page