Making the first move is hard. Even digitally, even after you've met them. It's hard. You have to think about what to say, how you want to come across, and determine the point of it. Do you want to just chat with that person if you're texting them? Do you want to solidify plans in the future?
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So, when you finally realise you actually, kinda, want to see someone again, knowing what to do next can be confusing af. It's really easy when you're having great sex and a giant laugh, to fall into the routine of spending every waking hour with that person. But how healthy is that, really? While I've always been a firm believer in just doing what feels right, and going with it as long as you're happy, some people reckon that's probably a bad idea Psychiatrist and author Scott Carroll says there is a rule as to how often you should hang out with someone new you're dating that you'd be wise to follow. I mean, that does make sense if you want to be 'sensible' but what if you just want to go with the flow?
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So no pressure, but your entire romantic future here could be determined by your first few text messages—especially right now, when digital communications are more commonplace and safer than in-person interaction. The first text is always the hardest. How long do you wait to message that cute guy from the gym?
As much as we try, you can't schedule romantic feelings. The heart wants what it wants when it wants. If this means you're start dating a boy just before Christmas you have a decision to make: do I get him a gift?