It's always exciting to start a new relationship, as far as we do not let the passion take over completely on our right. Here are 8 mistakes to avoid.
Overwhelmed by the Passion, the new lovers often want to move in together or getting engaged a few weeks or months after they met, then it's best to wait before engaging, story get to know each other to see if it is compatible.
DROP THEIR FRIENDS
Friends are among the most important people we can have in a lifetime. They will always be there for you, which is not necessarily the case for lovers. neglect or dropped to live your history is a mistake not to commit.
LYING ON THEIR LIFE
For fear of displeasing to the other or to appear more attractive, some people fail to mention the important elements for their life, such as the fact that they are married or have children, or a drinking problem. It is best to play cards on table immediately to allow your partner to know what he is getting.
SPEND TOO MUCH TIME TOGETHER
As a couple, it is advisable to continue to see friends and do activities each to his own desire to maintain the flame and create a sense of lack.
NOT TO SPEND ANOUGH TIME TOGETHER.
Such a plant, a new relationship needs water and sunlight to thrive. Do not see enough other or feel his presence when you need it can work against your new union.
REVEAL TOO FAST
In order to please the other, some lovers put the package to seduce each other and reveal all their charms at once, then it's better to go gradually to maintain an element of mystery and feed the desire.
BASE THEIR RELATIONSHIP ONLY ON SEX
Certainly, sex is important in a relationship, but for a couple takes, it takes more than hot lovemaking. Make sure that sexuality is not the only element that connects you; you could possibly be disappointed by the turn of events when the passion fades.
BELIEVE THE OTHER PERSON CAN SAVE
If you think your partner has the power to save you from your woes or you expect him to be happy in life, you're going in the wrong direction. A happy and healthy couple consists of individuals who complement and not people who depend on one another.