How To Get Into A New Relationship The Right Way

Getting into a new relationship comes with many expectations for both parties, and indeed it is a period of fun with a side of stress. Even if both of you are on the same page regarding feelings, there are plenty of ways that this can go well or haywire for you both. 

When you first start seeing a person, intensified feelings of enrapturing are completely normal, which is supposed to be expected. However, this can also mean that in the height of emotions, one may miss some potential red flags about the other person or dismiss them as unimportant. 

Crucial details about a person are revealed when you first meet them, and several articles have been published in this regard. The online magazine, Theislandnow, has also published articles to this effect. This is also one of them, and trust us, and you will need it. So keep reading!

How to start it right 

When going for a first date, you must remember to add a dash of variety. Every person is different, and it is easy to find out whether you are compatible or not by trying out new things together. And they don’t need to be expensive either. 

Go for morning walks together, get brunch, go out for double dates with friends and colleagues- in short, keep it simple, keep it different. When there is a variety, your relationship will not get stuck in a rut, and it becomes easier to discern what a person is really like. Watching your (potential) partner navigate different scenarios and relationships can shine a light on the type of person they are. 

Take it slow

This cannot be stressed enough. Sure, when you first meet, there is so much information and ground to cover regarding their childhood, family, and everything under the sun. But such information is always sweeter when shared in person. Allow your partner to be naturally curious and ask you questions, too, not just from your side. This will keep the relationship from falling apart, and give it organic growth. Do not always be the one texting or calling, as then they will stop trying. 

Maintain your independence 

Trying to spend every waking moment with your partner can affect yours and their relationship with their family and friends. All long-lasting relationships allow both partners the space to flourish on their own, with friendships and relations of their own and allow them to fall back on each other for emotional support when they need it. Balance your partner’s needs with your own, as they will allow you to grow as a person and as a couple. 

All good relationships are based on trust, and the starting of a relationship can be made beautiful through mutual trust and respect for each other’s personal space. Be a source of comfort and joy for your partner, and don’t make them feel a need to over-exert themselves to make you happy. Be you so that they can be themselves comfortably. 

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Isabel Miller is the prime contributor at She graduated from the University of San Carlos in 2015.