I realize this should make me happy, but the first three months of a relationship are hell. It all seems so fake. It all feels stiff and a little uncomfortable. Gas is painful. We all have to fart sometime. I feel like a prized show dog being paraded in front of the judges.
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I was wondering if you wise ladies had an idea of how a relationship should be progressing at 4 months? Do you think that sounds pretty normal? There have been a couple times I wanted to say it, but I want him to say it first. Is it too soon? Do not say it first.
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At some point, you settle into a routine, you might bicker a little more often, and you may have to work through some challenges. When do these little changes usually start to pop up? Right around the 3-month mark in your relationship—maybe give or take a month or two. You know those butterflies in your stomach we just mentioned? You know that feeling you get when you first start dating someone, everything just feels perfect, and it seems like it could last forever?
After three months with someone, you begin to settle down. You begin to relax some. You let down your guard, you act more like who you really are. They do too — you learn who they are, day-in and day-out. You learn where they have moles on their legs, and birthmarks on their backs.