After dating for one month

by  |  13-May-2015 06:13

This isn’t just true for women – men are sensitive to this too.

Once you’ve had sex, you release hormones that make you more inclined to “bond” with your partner, but the relationship may not be ready yet because you’re still getting to know this person!

Having sex very quickly can force a budding relationship to move faster than many people can handle.

NO woman should ever have to be made to feel bad for having sex, even if the sex wasn’t wise.

However, having said all of that, I think it’s best to wait a while before having sex, for an entirely different reason. It is NOT: The real reason I recommend slowing it down a bit has less to do with sex and more to do with emotions.

Getting involved quickly works for some people, but for most it ends up a disaster.

There isn’t a dating expert in the world who doesn’t have an opinion on when a woman should start having sex with a guy she’s dating.

I’ve heard it all, from “as soon as possible so you know if it’s any good,” to the Third Date Rule, to waiting until the relationship is committed (i.e. My stance has always been that you should ignore others’ rules and have sex when you feel comfortable and ready to.

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