Dating can sometimes feel like a game, where time, energy, and awkward firsts are exchanged. Read on to hear stories of 8 couples who share why they got engaged after only knowing each other for less than two months. Yes, we hardly knew each other, but now we were having a baby together. We decided that we were not only going to keep the baby but that we were going to tie the knot. We were living together by week number two.
While there are no clear-cut rules for dating, there are plenty of guidelines that can help you find what you're looking for and avoid pitfalls. The single most important thing you should know when looking for your ideal partner is not about your partner; it's about you. First, you have to understand, not what you want from a partner, but what you want from your life. It sounds simple. It can be the hardest question to ask. If you can answer it, then you can move on to things you want in a partner and things you'd like to avoid.
Not registered? Register here. According to Shilpa Gandhi, as long as your core beliefs align a quick engagement doesn't equal a doomed relationship.
Six months of dating may not constitute a particularly long relationship, but it is enough time to learn some essential information about your partner. This knowledge can help you understand your compatibility, the likelihood of a future together and even assess your safety. For instance, a person's life experience, integrity and ambition are attributes that can be studied in the early months of a relationship.