When you’re strongly attracted to someone, it’s tempting to jump into bed or talk a lot about your feelings for one another.
The early stages of dating can be fun and exciting, but they can also be nerve-wracking, at least until you know whether things will work out.The first 3-5 dates are a time to figure out whether your date has relationship potential.Once past the early dating phase, your relationship should be strong enough to bear occasional heavy topics.During the early stages of dating, controlling the frequency of dates can prevent you from moving too fast or dampening your budding relationship with heavy topics.You can now tell him/her that you love to watch Bravo 24/7. Either way, you’re just happy this roller coaster of emotions is coming to a stop.
Or you’ve started wearing your comfortable ugly jeans that should probably be thrown away. You’ve now convinced yourself you’ll never hear from him or her, and you start giving up hope. See, you weren’t crazy and you two did have a good time.You feel like you’re on cloud nine — completely reassured.Let’s not be too proud to admit we’ve been this person from time to time — the over-analyzer.Below, we take a walk into the mind of person who just started dating someone, and all of the emotional stages that come along with it. You’re thinking, “I bet he or she is thinking of me, too, right now.”He/she called to ask you on a first date. I wish I could just take a Xanax before this date, ahh!You send screenshots to your BFF, with, “Isn’t he the cutest? You start having thoughts like, “When am I going to meet his friends? ” The future is on your mind and you don't hate it. At this point, you realize you either love or hate this person.