Average dating relationship length
Ahhhh, you’re in a new relationship and all things seem so wonderful!
You may be feeling those butterflies in your stomach, you laugh at all your partner’s jokes, feel warm and tingly inside.
If you pull out all the stops up front, you will be struggling and challenged to keep it up.
If you are yourself, you are comfortable and natural and this goes a lot further than pretending to be someone you’re not.
Maybe he seems to display all the qualities about what women really want in a man. All new relationships feel great, which is why we call it the “Honeymoon” phase. Your relationship evolves over time and you want to get off on the right foot.
Too many people at the early stages make the mistake of dropping everything and being totally “on call” for their other half.
I can tell you that this is NOT a good move nor is it very healthy or attractive.
If you are going above and beyond and in essence being “phony” just to impress your partner in the early stages, well you’re only making things difficult on yourself because your new beau actually believes that you are sweet and romantic ALL THE TIME.
And the minute that you start to relax and return to your normal average niceness, it will be noticed immediately.
But there're two sides to everything, and narcissism is no exception.