Have you ever wondered why do people get into relationships that fail repeatedly?
The answer is simple. It's because they don't know each other.
I mean really deep down, within, which does take a week or six months. It's a notable fact that anything rushed never works out.
It becomes a question of do you really know who they truly are.
In today's society, people want everything to be rushed and available immediately.
This can be good in certain instances, but not quite for relationships. If you don't know anything about this person beyond their physical features then that is a problem.
If you wont take the time to fully learn what makes one another tick then what exactly is the real reason that you're with this person in the first place.
Some people will be in a relationship with someone and not know their last name, meet any family members or children even after dating for more then two years.
Now that just seems really odd to say tge least. Either someone is hiding something or they aren't interested in pursuing anything seriously.
Here's 4 Questions To Ask Yourself
When You're Interested In Someone
1 -Did you take the necessary time (6 months to 1 year) in getting to know each other?
2- Are there any red flags that would cause you to end things?
2 - Can you see yourself with them forever?
3 - Do you share a common end goal?
SLOW AND STEADY
It's always a wise choice to take things slow. If it's something you want for the long run, it shouldn't be any issue.
Be friends before you initially start anything. See where there head is at so you can get an idea of where they stand.
This will weed out anyone who wants to be with you for any reason other than a genuine relationship.
You should want to know what you're getting yourself into, if you're in it for the long haul and not just looking for some easy hookup or cheap fling.
On the other hand, if they don't want to wait, then they do not respect you. Which is not a quality you want in a significant other.
Remember to always keep in mind that. physical attractions are completely common, but a real connection is rare, so when you find it, hold on to it!