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If you don’t have any set plans or something specific to do with your evenings and weekends, you’ve got no concrete reason to say no to spending time with your partner. The answer here is to find something that fills up those gaps in your diary.
Whether you go away on your own or with friends, escape somewhere for the weekend without your lover.
It’s especially important to get away on your own if you tend to be joined at the hip.
Then, at some point down the line, you suddenly realize that you’re in way over your head.
Any number of things can make you realize that things are going too fast for your liking…
Some mental space and doing something independently of each other will help remind you both that you shouldn’t be entirely co-dependent.
Take up a new hobby you’ve always wanted to try, and encourage your partner to do the same.
I hate to break it to you, but love at first sight just doesn’t exist.
If things seem to be getting pretty serious, but you can’t really claim to know the person you’re getting involved with, or you just haven’t known them that long, you’re probably right in thinking that things need to be taken down a notch.
When a new relationship begins to blossom, it can be difficult to keep your feet on the ground.
When you meet someone and the hormones start firing, you can easily get swept up in the romance of it all and move too quickly.
Some people worry that everything will fall apart if they try to take things down a gear.