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First month dating

That “click” will still be there in three months, and hopefully six, and a year, etc.

Love To Know (LTK): Why is it important to know about the five stages of dating? If you try to avoid one of the stages, problems may develop in the relationship which may result in you or your partner ending the relationship.

When you recognize what stage of dating the relationship is in, you will understand what is called for or needed in order to move through that stage and onto the next stage.

As I see it, there should be no discussion of a relationship, or exclusivity, within the first three months of dating.

Those three months should be a drama and ultimatum-free zone. Just a period of savoring; the gritty, totally worth it hard work can come later. If something works between two people, then there is no rush.

(LTK): What happens after two people decide they want to spend time together in a dating context?

(LG): Stage two is the romantic stage and usually lasts for two to three months.

Nature did this instinctively so that we would mate and reproduce without thinking about all the pitfalls and issues that could arise, because if we think about it too much, we might miss the chance to make babies …WHOA! You’re just dating, getting to know someone, maybe falling in love, right? And that’s the more civilized brain surfacing to try and make sense out of the lovely feelings of attraction and desire those hormones are throwing around.

When we meet someone that strikes our fancy and turns us on there is an actual chemical surge that happens, first in brain, and the rest of us follows.

What’s more important, your insecurity and ADD or being in a relationship with the person you’re currently hanging out with?

I’ve said before in this column that sometimes, where love is concerned, there are no rules.

Don’t buy a dog together, an antique table together, or a couples’ membership to the zoo. Unless you’re just splitting the cost of dinner, keep purchases separate. Your date wants to get to know YOU, not that jerk who dumped you. Your first month of dating might turn into your last. It’s okay to have separate lives, especially this early on.