(And don’t get me started on the people who get engaged within three to six months of dating…) Don’t get me wrong: I’m not saying the rush is bad. Up until this point, everything has been smooth sailing where the harshest disagreement you’ve had is “who is more schmoopy”.And then one of you says something wrong over take out Pad-Thai and suddenly there’s yelling and there’s crying and with which you fight also isn’t automatically an indication of a problem at the core of your relationship; some couples tend to be incredibly passionate and fights may result from those passions colliding.See, much like the popped-collar Broseph who’s convinced that doing “Straight Out of Compton” at the Applebees karaoke night is a good idea after five Tuaca bombs, when you’re in the throes of your first relationship, your common sense tends to go right out the window. Those early glory days fade faster than you realize.That rush means in the oxytocin haze, but falls apart when it fades and her inability to clean up after herself isn’t cute anymore. Just don’t let that early infatuation push you into going too far, too fast. In fact, let’s talk about that for a minute: One thing that almost always freaks out relationship newbies: the first fight.
Nerd Love, both here and at Kotaku start off the same way: “I’ve never had a girlfriend”.Many my readers have a lot of anxiety over finding their first relationship.