Are you in a committed relationship or it doesn’t seem to be going anywhere? We give you a quick guide on how to spot the ‘stage’ of your relationship!
Are you in a committed relationship or it doesn’t seem to be going anywhere? Or been dating for just a while but feel like you have been married for over a decade? We give you a quick guide on how to spot the ‘stage’ of your relationship! Read on:
Can’t keep hands off each other:
This is the first and the best stage of a relationship. You are all over each other and practically stay in each other’s pants. If you don’t meet for a whole week, you probably get down and dirty in a jiffy when you meet up! But don’t let this stage fool you into believing that this is going to last forever. It’s not…it’ll fade away faster than the your new highlights. Trust me. This is also the time your call each other up 20 times a day!
Completing each other’s sentences:
This is the phase you hit when you have known each other for quite a bit of time.
You know exactly what he/she is trying to say and complete his/her sentences without being obvious about it. This is a cool stage for you, but a tad irritating for others around you! So if you’re brimming with ‘I will finish what you have to say’ energy, drink a glass of water and calm down.
I don’t care what you say:
This is a fun stage too, where you don’t really care what he/she is saying because you have heard it all before…and you kind of know what he/she means. Ah, bliss! This phase shows how much you guys know each other and how comfortable you both really are. Men, especially, enjoy this phase as they can be themselves without having to answer to their partners. Insecurity and jealousy are at their minimum in this stage. Enjoy!
Bare minimum communication:
It’s when you’re really into each other and the need to communicate constantly diminishes…yeah, guys love this phase! If you hit this phase early on in your relationship, you’ll feel like you’ve been married to each other for over a decade! This phase will involve minimum calls/texts and meetings, but is quite a fun one! You get to enjoy your space and meet up with them whenever you feel like. Best of both worlds!
Concentrating on everything else but each other:
You’ll be running behind your career, kids, family and so on…you’ll probably not have time for each other as you know he/she is going to be there, no matter what! You would have the patience, energy and time to look at other stuff than your partner. It’s an interesting phase that comes after knowing your sweetheart for over 25 years! Your parents may be in this very phase. They know their spouses are an integral part, hence take time out for other joys of life.