Go to Page Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick! Some forums can only be seen by registered members. This might be kinda long, so here is the ultimate question: Would you consider starting a relationship with someone who was potentially moving in 2 months? The situation: I posted on here a few months ago about a guy who ended up being nuts. I slept with him too soon, he told me he loved me after a week.
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The first few dates are always fun. Everything is new, you're both blinded by attraction, and there's no pressure to settle down or come to terms with the reality of a real relationship. But the early days are more important than you think, according to psychologist and relationship expert Tracy Thomas, Ph. In other words, there's not as much room for error as you expect—the moves you make now can mean the difference between moving from casual to serious or hook-up to break-up.
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I have been dating a girl for about 3 weeks now, and things have been going well. We have not really had "the talk" but we are sleeping together a few times a week. I do not yet refer to her as my girl friend. Yesterday, she informed me that she got offered a job and accepted to teach 1st grade in Seattle currently teaching Kindergarten in San Francisco.
You can text constantly, email, have regular video dates, and make fairly frequent visits back and forth. My now-husband and I met online, and we lived about two hours away in different states. But commuting took its toll—literally and emotionally—on us as a couple and our cars. Several months in, amid headaches from figuring out how to spend weekends together, we decided someone had to make a move.