Dating one month committment

23 Jul

Comment: I’ve been seeing this guy for the past few months and he’s made it clear to me he doesn’t have time to devote to a serious relationship because his new job takes up too much time and energy and he has no idea when that will all change, plus he’s new to the city (I know, three DEFINITE red flags for not being relationship-ready: new job, new crazy hours, new to the city).

I am looking for a serious relationship, but still have fun with him.

Also, no one wants to hear that you’ve been planning a wedding on your own. Meeting up with some friends or a sibling for a drink is one thing, inviting your date to your aunt’s birthday party is another. You don’t want your grandma coming to conclusions about the where the relationship is headed before you do. Don’t overwhelm your date with unnecessary (and bitter) details in the early stages of a relationship.

You’ll have plenty of time to plan a wedding…if the relationship makes it past the one-month mark. Only introduce your kids to someone you’re serious about. Otherwise, you’re prematurely adding a level of commitment to the relationship. In a long-term relationship, all the dating horror stories of the past will be revealed.

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