It doesn’t really matter who or how many, but you both should. This obviously will disclose any negative feelings one might have about theother.
If you chose a short time frame, you may not have enough time to consider all these options. Pick and choose the suggestions you want, consider all of them, or of course, make up your own.1.)Discover what the other person’s “outside the relationship” interests are.
We all need to be interested insomething “away” from the relationship.
It could be a hobby or a career goal or anything that will makeyou spend time apart.
In an effort to get to know each other better, we will agree to abide by this dating contract.
Since handbooks or instructions for life were never provided when we were born, here to, there are no absolute rules.
These suggestions and guidelines are designed for us to determine if we really want to continue our relationship or move on.
Different events, time of year and even the weather can influence our timing, therefore the following suggestions are in random order.
One must be comfortable enough with the others interest to encourage them tosucceed.
You are looking for a balanced life here, not an obsession to be with someone, no matter how“hot” you think they are, or how afraid you may be that they might find someone else because you are notwith them constantly. Too much of anything, even a goodthing can be very bad.
Spend some time alone with your other friends and family too.
Absence really doesmake the heart grow fonder.2.)Meet some relatives.