when engaging into a relationship with the whims of one's heart without regulating with the brain, we might end up hitting a brick wall :-)
domestic violence experts say it takes six months of dating to watch for signs that a partner could turn out to be abusive. commitment in less time than that is unwise. some signs are verbal abuse, extreme jealousy, and limiting friendships.
The emotional bond between the two people should be established first before jumping into a relationship together, otherwise one of them might find out later that their attraction to the other person was just a quick one and they will inevitably regret getting into the relationship
i agree totally! It seems like everytime someone rushes into one within a few months they literally hate the other. Its like getting married as soon as you get that title it changes everything
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