New relationships are much more fragile then established ones, because in an established relationship, you know and understand each other very well while it is the opposite in a new relationship.
Here are 5 common mistakes to avoid at the beginning of a new relationship:
1. Sharing too much too soon
Sharing too much too soon could scare your new partner off. When you are first getting to know each other, your date doesn’t have to know a lot of information about you. It is also advisable to save the revelations about your deepest secrets until your relationship is established.
2. Living in the past
Letting your past baggage spill over into your new relationship is a mistake that can quickly damage it.
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3. Ignoring major differences
It is a great mistake to overlook major differences in values and worldview when you are getting to know someone. Be honest with yourself about your core values and what matters to you in life.
4. Frequent social media posts
Too much social media posting can put a lot of pressure on a new relationship. It is better to keep your relationship off social media till it’s fully established.
5. Being too available
Being too available can make you look desperate, and your date will wonder if you’re really interested in them as a person, or just looking for a relationship.
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