If you want it to eventually turn into something, or even if you want to just keep banging, then you must keep the momentum going from the beginning.
This does not mean you have to rush anything – you simply want to take things at a steady pace.
If you’re determined to take your newest relationship slow, consider your date ideas as a helpful tool.
dates should be in close succession to each other in order to better your chances of keeping your prospect interested, and that contact in between dates should be consistent.
When you’re young, taking it slow meant getting to know yourself. The rush of new experiences and the flush of slowly falling in love meant everything.
Now, coming out of a thirty year marriage, I'd probably take things a little slower.
We want fast internet, fast food, fast money and fast sex.
To me, going slow means taking at least 6 mths to do things as a " couple ".
I like my space, my independence..so, I wouldn't want to rush things into coupledom asap.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... After a few dates: She isn't really sure about your future together.
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. = so-so, time to work After 6 months: You've blown it and will become a "friend" = bad To Bugsybears and Lilkitten: Does it mean limiting contact with the person? If I am interested in learning about the things previously listed I need to be spending time with them.
One was to control feelings, not get too attached where one has a feeling of ownership over the other party, that works, the lust factor went well past the 6 month stage, probably one of the most satisfying that I had as it lasted for several years. The second one wanted to go "slow" after he asked me to marry him.
He was testing how much patience I had and if my desire for him would continue.
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate.
I have been in 2 relationships that went "slow" and for good reasons.