Pacing a relationship dating

I have jumped into a relationship with a man who claimed me right out the gate to only find myself a year down the road with a needy, clingy man who was just trying to fill a hole in his life.

A simple exercise is to just notice your feeling associated to the problem.

When a couple sleeps together, it releases a chemical that makes a woman want to cling to a guy.

First and foremost, you treat him like he is just another man at this point. A man that is moving too fast is one you really need to observe.

There is a difference in a man in steady pursuit and a man that wants to claim you after the first few dates or weeks. This man that wants to claim you right away is not in observation mode.

Initially, if you are very attracted to each other and seem to get along well, you may want to see each other multiple times per week.

This fast track method could lead you to problems and moving your relationship along too quickly.

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