Tips to know how to take your time before getting into a relationship with your dating partner!

When it comes to getting committed to a person romantically for leading a relationship together, time plays a crucial role, and every moment matters because you can't undo something after getting into a relationship. You can either get apart from the relationship, or you make it a stronger bond under the name of marriage. The delicate time between falling in love with a person and getting into a relationship with him or her is important for you to take a proper decision but regrettably, many of us fail at it by rushing ourselves up towards the commitments and we end up messing the romantic bonds we create with our dating partners! Hence, a person must take some time before enrolling himself in his/her dating partner's life!




Taking time is all about spending time. You must spend a good amount of time with the person whom you date in every possible way. Be it physically, emotionally, psychologically, and even financially too! Instead of being blind in love, you must open your eyes wider to see the reality of your romantic bond. Love is important, yes, but if you fail at observing other vital factors in life, you surely fail at love too! Everything is interlinked in this world.


Relationships that start fast, also end fast. So, take it slowly. Know the person with whom you want to spend time for a long period. You don't have to spy on him, you don't need to analyze every single situation around her, you don't have to scrutinize your dating partner's existence, all you need to do is to keep calm and try to know and get along with your partner.



  • Spend more time. Keep in touch regularly.

  • Try to skip virtual communications and plan out for a holiday date.

  • Ask your partner his or her opinions regarding various issues that bother you and only you.

  • Talk to his friends and try to associate with them too. Talk to her family members and understand her family relations and culture.

  • Surely take a break if needed especially when you feel that everything is going too fast or when you feel uneasy as it's too much to handle. Tell your opinion and see how your partner reacts.



  • Shop some plants or get a pet. Invest your time in growing them together because this allows you to know the patience levels, consistency, and the capability of bearing responsibility.

  • Go for the cheapest dates ever to have street food or do some street shopping and also step into the luxurious places to have candlelight dinners and incredible parties. You can analyze how your partner gets along with these two extremes of materialistic life situations.

  • Recognize the little things. Never strike them off. They surely matter to you in long run.

  • Spend time comprehending how your partner reacts to the various situations and how his/her personality changes according to the places and people. Don't judge. Just observe!

  • Experience consensual sex and calculate the level of romanticism and eroticism in your dating life. Take time in spending romantically than erotically. Understand the difference between having sex and making love and also realize how your partner reacts when you have sex and when you make love.



  • Express your career choices and occupational opportunities to grasp how your partner supports your passion for your professional life.

  • Be vulnerable when it comes to personal life. You don't have to reveal all the details but you can be like you to know whether your dating partner can accept the way you are no matter what.

  • Spend time appreciating your partner's efforts for being with you and allowing your partner to know that you need time to process the whole dating scenario.

  • Take some time to let your partner understand that you need some time and ask him or her whether he or she is okay with this idea of taking time before getting into a relationship.

  • Never consider this time as the trial time for your relationship. Always consider it as the quality time you need to spend to know your partner even more so that you can spend with him or her without facing too many hurdles or barriers in a relationship.



  • Let your partner understand that taking time isn't about taking