Dating only once a month
I've pretty much come to terms with the situation, that he's either 1) truly too busy to invest in seeing me more, or 2) not into me enough to *make* more time to do so.
I have a theory that the amount of time spent entering into a relationship is directly proportional to the overall length of said relationship.
The less anxious they feel, the better chance the relationship has of lasting."It makes a lot of sense.
Here are some reasons why the once-a-week rule is one to live by — or at least one to consider.
Been dating this guy for a couple months, but we only see each other once a week.
At first that was okay, but at some point I'm going to want more.
When deciding if a month is too early to say "I love you," I think you need to ask yourself three things: "Do I want to say it? " and finally, "How upset will I be if my partner doesn't say it back to me?
"When you meet someone you like and feel attracted to, it is perfectly normal to want to see that person all the time," Meyers writes."If you know that you are loved, it’s easier to reciprocate the sentiment." So, basically, if your partner has told you they love you after a month and you definitely love them too because you in one of those crazy, whirlwind, once in a lifetime things, say the goddamn words! My gut, riddled with bad habits, would tell me not to say "I love you," even months in, even if my partner has already said those three little words to me. If you find yourself constantly falling in love and saying "I love you" first, only to have relationships blow up in your face, maybe don't follow that impulse the next time you meet someone you really like.