Perhaps that’s what you want to hear, perhaps it would make you run for the hills, screaming at the prospect of any sort of commitment.So it can be good to have a heads-up that your current ‘more-than-friend-but-not-boy-/girlfriend’ may be in the market for an actual relationship. It’s the honeymoon stage, where everything is fresh and exciting.It’s the perfect stage, as you haven’t moved into a routine.You start to wonder whether your date has a drinking problem or worse, is an alcoholic. It is better to know before you get too involved, whether your prospective partner is drink dependent. If you think that you may be dating an alcoholic then there are certain signs that you can look for in their behavior. Yes, in an ideal world you would say thank you but no thank you.
While it may be fun now, it is getting worrying...will it slow down. It is no fun to be involved in a relationship with an alcoholic.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, a toothbrush or phone charger tend to be the first items they’ll conveniently forget If they suggest you keep a toothbrush or hairbrush at their house, that is a Big. Even if you haven’t had the exclusivity chat yet, that pretty much means they’re not going to be having anyone else round for grown-up sleepovers.
According to Match dating expert Vicki Pavitt, “Making physical space for your date reflects the emotional space that you have for them to be in your life, and your capacity for commitment.” You have been warned.
You’ve met someone you really like, they are intelligent and charming.
The first few dates go well; you meet for a drink, get drunk, talk as if you’ve known each other a lifetime, laugh at each others jokes and everything seems to be going just fine.