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You should always be mindful and prayerful about a person you are dating. Give respect and expect it in return and don’t break up on Valentine’s day.
February 15 is a perfectly acceptable date to start anew.
It’s OK to get excited from the “butterflies and sparks” emissions, but just be sure you slow it down and don’t let these new feelings drive your approach.
It takes time to see who people really are once they let their guard down.
Remember in junior high or high school when you started dating and your mom and/or bff had a long list of rules you had to remember? If you kiss or not kiss on the first date, it does While forgetting about this relationship rule might not be great for our bank accounts, it is great for our relationship.
Buy a plane ticket for the two of you to travel all over the world, to places that are hard to reach and hard to get out of.
So as I take this quote, cut and paste it into my own lifestyle necessity, I can’t help but think of all the rocks I had slung into the dating pool never hitting my mark.
OK, maybe my dating life shouldn’t be rolled into a David vs Goliath metaphor.
Rules shouldn’t dictate our varying comfort levels and preferences when it comes to physical connection.
If you smooch before you even go on a date, or wait until the second month for a kiss on the cheek, what does it matter?