It can be tempting to be in touch with your new mate all day and all night and it’s easier than ever to do this with text, email and instant messaging, but too much contact can easily stifle a new love.There needs to be time and space for you to miss each other, to look forward with excited anticipation to the next call or date – if calls and texts are coming every five minutes what is there to look forward to?There’s something lovely about being told that you were on someone’s mind all week but there’s no need for you to contact each other with every passing thought.We’ve all had trials and tribulations in life and there will be a time when, as a part of your deepening relationship, you will share these with each other, but offloading all your emotional baggage on to a date is likely to crush any hope of a future together.Just hold back a little, at least until you’ve had six dates, before you declare this to be ‘the one’.Similarly, if every time you see your new love interest you’re bounding around like an over-enthusiastic puppy, your enthusiasm may well put them off.DO make the conversation reciprocal, be inquisitive and show your interest in getting to know the other person. DON'T alter who you are to fit what you think your love interest wants/needs.
"You'll be missing out on all sorts of opportunities to connect with guys if you're simply waiting for them to ask you out," Massa says.
DO keep in mind that dating isn't easy for anyone, no matter where you live.
You can blame your location, the ratio of singles to couples, or even the weather. DON'T stop pursuing new hobbies and other life experiences just because you’ve found a partner.
It's important for them to know that those relationships can and do exist with the opposite sex.
Don't drive yourself crazy over them." KC I."Sometimes we just need time to hang out with the boys.
"Your gaggle is the group of guys who you might not be 'dating' or in a defined relationship with, but who fulfill some sort of need in your life," Massa explains.