[Read: 11 signs to know if you’re only being used for sex or money] #1 Have active dates.If you’re determined to take your newest relationship slow, consider your date ideas as a helpful tool.
I do believe that we should love as much and as often as possible, but we do need to practice some restraint.
This for the good of the relationship, for your future together, and for your own sanity.
It's rushing into that stops you from creating real love. It's allowing your mind wander to its brightest and most romantic corners.
It’s imagining things about a person that probably aren’t even true. We are so hellbent on finding love that we start labeling anything that closely resembles love as love itself.
By the time I’m half undressed I have a hard time expressing exactly what I want and how.
My body wants to do all the talking but I know it shouldn’t…
The same thing can happen in a dating relationship.
If we aren't intentional about maintaining a safe pace, then by default we will speed.
But the problem we're facing isn't that we’re having too much sex we're in a relationship that the relationship itself doesn’t materialize.
I'll admit that I'm just as guilty as the rest of you.
My inner sex-fiend has a very strong pull – but over the years I’ve learned (over and over and over again) that when you rush things in the bedroom, the chances of longterm relationship success are vastly diminished.