1st Stage of a Relationship

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It takes a lot of courage and trust to look past what you’ve been through, and trust someone new not to put you through it again.

There are stages in everything when it comes to life. Love relationships are no different. There are 5 stages to a successful relationship.

First stage is “TALKING”.

OFF TOPIC: Before we get into this I have a question for all the single Ladies & Gents. Where do you meet good men/women? What are the first things you pay attention to?

Talking means getting to know one each other, having butterflies, investigating(Social Media Allows us to do this), background checks, and deciding where it will go. The first chapter and the last chapter of every book are very important. No matter what you do you will always remember the beginning and end. This stage could be the most fun but also very crucial. A lot of people think “Well, I am not that deep in so I have no problem walking away.” Scary part of this is usually it’s said over something very small and very fixable. A lot of people will lose someone with a lot of potential over something stupid because their concern is not being played, hurt, or taken serious.

This stage will NOT determine your entire relationship but you have to remember there’s no sense of wasting time or trying to pretend to be someone you are not. If you are crazy let it be known. If you are insecure, let it be known. If you have a solid life plan and you don’t plan on changing it, let it be known. Be honest!

This stage is pretty much the first chapter of a a very long book. If that’s what you are looking for. If not then this will be the first and last chapter

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My relationship 411. My Stage 1.

My husband and I must have had theeeee longest “talking stage” in the world. We talked on and off for about three and a half years. There were lots of ups and downs but we were also kids. We met at the age of 14 but we must have known we both had potential and knew there was a lot of work to do. There were trust issues, there were being young and dumb issues, not knowing everything, direction issues and I am sure there’s a lot more that I have forgot. There were also fun and exciting times in this stage, butterflies, late night talks, falling asleep on the phone with one another, the lost goes on.

 

Point is, life is what you make it. You want something to work you work at it.

 

Stay Tuned!

4 More Stages Coming Soon.

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1 Comment

  1. Nicole

    September 1, 2015 at 2:33 am

    I love the last line, “u want something to work u work at it” love conquers all 🙂

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