10 BASIC RULES FOR NEW RELATIONSHIP...
The following ten points I'm going to state are
extremely simple, yet people sometimes forget
1.) ASSIGN BOUNDARIES:
if you're a big fan of PDA (public display of
affection), make sure you create a line and not
cross it. Whether you hold hands, kiss, lie on her
lap, just do one of these and don't make it go
2.) PERSONAL SPACE IS IMPORTANT:
Make sure both of you give each other
appropriate personal space.You're in a
relationship, it doesn't mean you start creeping
each other out.
3.) LOYALTY IS KEY
Don't play hide and seek with their feelings. If
you have done something wrong, come clean.
4.) A CLEAN PAST
Let's face it, everyone makes mistakes at some
point in their lives. So when you start a new
relationship, make sure it's new in every aspect.
Clear your past in front of your partner, so if
some day some of your past demons wake up,
nothing would decrease the love between you
two and it will also strengthen their trust in you.
5.) DON'T CHEAT
You're probably saying to yourself "What sort of
slowpoke would cheat?". You'd be surprised.
6.) KEEP IT IN THE BEDROOM.
Every couple fights. Some fights end quickly.
Some take time. Regardless of how long they go,
you need to keep it between the two of you. Do
NOT involve friends and family. It'll only make
you two drift apart from each other in the long
7.) ONE SPECIAL DAY
Keep one day for the two of you. It could be
thrice a month or four times a week, depends
on you. But define a day for you two when cell
phones are turned off, no work talk, no family
talk, just the two of you spending some much-
needed quality time together.
8.) BE FRIENDLY
Get to know each others' friends. It never hurts
to get involved in their hangouts if they want you to.
9.) LITERAL DATES
You need to remember each others' birthdays.
And the anniversary is important too. Celebrate
each of these events with your full commitment
10.) KEEP IT SIMPLE
This one is especially for the ladies. Ladies,
people love you, but you need to SAY what's on
your mind rather than telling them "It's Okay"
when it's really not. Keep it simple.
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