You got through the first date and have been together now for a few months. How do you know that it is time to make it exclusive or continue down the dating road? Making that decision to take it to the next level doesn't have to be a tricky one.
You have been with this person long enough to tell if you want it to go deeper or not. Once you've dated someone for a couple of months, you probably have a pretty good indication as to whether or not you'd like to take the relationship to the next level.
Below are some questions to help you decide if your partner is the one that will be in it for the long haul. You should see if you both pass the test and if you both are ready to move on or go forward.
If you find that you have some issues with your answers then it may be time to talk with your partner. With your true answers you will be able to tell what road you need to travel down.
Are the two of you morally aligned together?
Morals are important especially if you are considering starting a family with someone. You want to make sure that the two of you are on the same page and that you have the same or similar morals.
You don't want your partner to be a mirror of you and you want to respect their morals and beliefs but at the same time you want to have your plans for the future on the same page with your partners.
Morals can show you a great deal about others such as: their character, if they are honest and what level of integrity they have.
Do the two of you share the same long term goals?
Many people get together and think things are going great. They feel that they have met the right person but then things move on to the next level.
They never took the time to talk about things that are important and where they see each other 10 years down the road. You do not want to start a long term relationship with someone who is dead set again having children and you want a huge family.
Do either of you have an addiction?
Having addiction problems doesn't mean that you can not have a healthy good relationship. You need to be sure that if you or your partner suffers with an addition then you have at least 1 year of sobriety under your belt before moving onto a longer term relationship.
This year of stability will allow you or your partner learn how to live without being dependant on someone or something.
These are important questions that can help you see if you should go for the gusto or break it off. Talk with your partner about where they stand on the above issue and take things from their.The important thing in a relationship is to keep the lines of communication open. You will have a much healthier relationship if you do so.
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