If, by some chance, you’ve done the dirty deed this early in your relationship, you might realize that you’ve chosen a partner who is far from being a professional between the sheets.
This realization may put you off somewhat, but don’t worry. Again, it isn’t usually the case that you meet parents this early in the relationship, but if you do, you may experience a certain amount of distrust and suspicion on their parts.
However, it’s not just the honeymoon period that sets up a period of potential cooling down.
There is a period when first dating, perhaps for the first month, when each half of the dating couple is quite guarded about how they present themselves and their lives.
Once they start to relax, however, the real person becomes more apparent, and the realization may dawn that they aren’t quite the image of perfection you previously thought.They look great, dress great, can hold conversations on any subject, but still like to have fun, and they have the kind of personal aspirations and goals that hint at a very successful future.Yet, no matter how perfect they are, if you aren’t ready for a full-on relationship, they aren’t the right person for you.Don’t let this realization put you off, however, and remember that the old saying “opposites attract” has some truth to it.
[Read: Do couples always have to like the same things? This is quite hard to accept if you’ve convinced yourself that you’ve started dating your perfect life mate.
If you’re realizing that you’d rather be out and about, partying with friends and leading a singleton’s lifestyle, maybe you should do them a courtesy and just let them go rather than lead them on.