What To Expect The First 3 Months Of Dating

Meeting someone can be a good feeling, but what to expect the first 3 months of dating, can easily be determined before the dating begins. This is how it works, you start out as friends first, you share several different experiences and you start to notice that you two is on a high level of care. You like each other and now it’s time to take your friendship to another level.

The commitment

As usual I cannot express this enough in my articles, although you may be friends you must establish and understanding before dating can even take place. Now that your friends, you need to know if your potential future date Want what you want and that’s a future commitment. What is a commitment, a commitment is when two people can come together and agree upon a commitment with each other. A relationship commitment involves love, trust, being open with one another or some other behavior.

now that you understand that you should be friends first and what a commitment is, now it’s time to establish one. How do you do that? This is a very simple question. Talk it out amongst yourselves, let each other know how you feel and explain how you want to take your friendship to another level. So the best thing to do at this point, is to simply ask.

Being friends first

As I mentioned before, asking your friend are they looking for a serious relationship is one of the most important questions that you can ask, that way you will know if you want to continue on with the friendship or not. So you’re ready to take it further and now it’s time to ask. If all went well you will get exactly what you want and that’s the start dating.

what to expect the first 3 months of dating

when you start dating it’s like heaven on Earth. The joy that it can bring to someone’s life is miraculous. Now although everyone is different and we may go about things In another way, here are my 30 suggestions on what to expect the first 3 months of dating.

  1. Phone calls
  2. Texting
  3. Sending photos back and forth
  4. Early breakfast
  5. Brunch
  6. Dinner
  7. Joy
  8. Feelings of happiness
  9. Getting to know each other more on a personal level
  10. Getting to know family members
  11. Learning each other’s spiritual backgrounds
  12. Learning each other’s criminal activity (If any)
  13. Where you travel to and from
  14. Where you would like to travel to
  15. What you like to do in your spare time
  16. The type of work you do
  17. Going out to the theaters
  18. Shopping
  19. Home visits
  20. The good mornings
  21. The good night’s
  22. Sharing stories
  23. Kissing
  24. Hugs
  25. Gifts
  26. Late night calls
  27. Early morning calls
  28. constant smiles
  29. Motivation/Inspiration
  30. Care

The first three months of dating

Up above is the expectations for the first 3 months of dating. Although there may be more, these are the basics. Dating can go on for many months to years because there are stages to dating, but along the way you may experience all of my suggestions from 1 through 30. I want the best for you, but it doesn’t always go that way. Here are 30 expectations in the first 3 months that can go wrong.

  1. Feelings of sadness
  2. Date not on time
  3. Being stood up
  4. Doesn’t call enough
  5. You only receive text
  6. You don’t meet any family members
  7. Date nights are always at his or her house
  8. You learn he/she is a felon
  9. He/she is still married
  10. Not enough attention
  11. verbal abuse
  12. Physical abuse
  13. You learn he/she is in a relationship
  14. scared of a commitment
  15. No future prosperous goals
  16. Alcoholism
  17. Drug usage
  18. Liar
  19. Theft
  20. Fowl mouth
  21. Not gentle
  22. No mercy
  23. No understanding
  24. Uncommon
  25. Strange
  26. Weird
  27. Aggressive
  28. Multiple personalities
  29. Homeless
  30. He/she is difficult

If you encounter a person that displays any of these types of behavior, choose wisely. Mathew 10:16, the King James Version of the Bible the text reads: Behold, I send you forth as sheep in the midst of wolves: be ye therefore wise as serpents, and harmless as dove.

Making wise decisions

you want to make sure you’re making wise decisions. What can happen if you don’t, here are 10 reasons why:

You will avoid:

  1. Heartache
  2. Loneliness
  3. Waisting time
  4. stress
  5. Anxiety
  6. Low self-esteem
  7. Trouble
  8. Headaches
  9. Worrisome
  10. Struggle

Even though there are more reasons why you should practice making wiser decisions and what you would avoid if you do, these are at the top of my list. All you have to do is love yourself and value who you are.

Bonus – How To Love Yourself – 22 Simple Ideas by Sharon Martin

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