In your dating life, have you ever wondered how many dates you should go on with one person to see if a potential relationship is possible or not? Well, not a lot of people think about this because when it happens, then it happens spontaneously. The idea of things falling into place, like serendipity, is indeed romantic. However, what if it turns out that we were just wasting our time?
The Magic Number Is Three To Check If The Possibility Of A Potential Relationship
It’s disappointing to go on so many dates, bond with one person, and still end up single because you find out that the person you were seeing wasn’t into you at all. You would think that a potential relationship is brewing with all the dates that you have gone through. So, what’s the best approach to this?
Watch out for the magic number. Usually, experts say that you’ll be able to tell if a potential relationship is possible after three dates. Of course, this won’t be the case for everyone, but three is the most common magic number. After your third date, typically this is what will happen:
1. You or your date will initiate “the talk”.
You know what “the talk” is, right? It’s a serious conversation you have with your potential partner. You talk about taking things to the next level, becoming more exclusive and official.
2. Both of you are making space for each other.
You slowly make space for your date into your life, and your date is doing the same thing. Your schedules changes, probably your homes or apartments change, most aspects of your life change because of the presence of the other person.
3. Your dates become more frequent.
Since you are in each others’ lives often, it’s natural to say that your dates will also become more frequent. At this point, you might even be seeing each other every day.
Sooner or later, you will feel like you and your potential partner are merging lives. This is a good sign. You just have to make thing official first, just in case you haven’t already. For more Anastasia Date relationship tips, read other posts on the blog.