What did surprise me was their relationship timeline: they’d met in June, and moved in together after just three months. On the other hand, they didn’t kiss until their fifth date because she didn’t feel ready before. Couples have met, married, and even had kids in the time we’ve been together.
All of this was in complete opposition to the relationship timeline I’d experienced in my one major adult relationship with my boyfriend. Case in point, my sister and brother-in-law met just 2 months before us, but they’ve been married 1 1/2 years now.
I know this may sound obvious but there is nothing that most guys find worse than someone being anybody but themselves. 1 month: At this point suggesting to pay or split the bill on a date would definitely enhance the mood, even though I most likely won’t take you up on the offer.
Follow this timeline, and that special someone will be lining up at your door!
1 week: For the first few dates showing up on time and being yourself is a sure way to start the date off right.
End of Month Two: By now both of you will need to have friended each other on Facebook, gone grocery shopping together at least once (a midnight Liz Lemon Greek Froyo run doesn’t count), purchased new sex toys and made reference to some future, nebulous plan.
Example: “For halloween, we should tots dress up as Marty Mc Fly and Doc from Back to the Future,” or “My mom makes a mean pot roast.
Cheryl and Liam's romance was pretty unexpected so it was understandable that Cheryl’s ex-husband seemed pretty unhappy about it and Liam Payne’s ex-gf Sophia Smith has said it’s ‘so weird’.