Theory of dating

If marriage doesn’t happen by the end of this phase, it will not happen at all.Stage Three: The soon-to-be-doomed couple have already traveled from their first date to having frequent, non-committed sex.I learned to predict which phase my friends’ relationships were in at a given time by observing them together.When put to the test, my dating theory was right more than wrong.He feels ready for something new, and she struggles with his lack of interest in the relationship.She might notice his wandering eyes and voice her disapproval, creating more distance between the two.They start to move their belongings into each other’s homes. Instead of the guy chasing the girl, she chases him.She may even drop hints about living together and getting married.

Their attraction for each other is as level as it will ever be. In comparison to Stage One, the girl is more committed and the guy is less.

Every relationship has as many as four stages, and believe it or not, women own 100% of the control over how quickly and far the relationship develops. She isn’t as excited as he is, only willing to accept an invite when convenient for her.

Stage One: Guy: “This is the hottest chick ever, I can’t believe she’s going out with me.” Girl: “Yea I met this guy, he’s kinda cute.” The guy wants to impress the girl. He showers her with gifts, cleans his car, wears cologne, opens every door, takes her on nice dates to impress her. He, on the other hand, is willing to miss the Super Bowl to see his new love interest. Stage Two: This could begin as early as the first week or as late as years into a relationship.

He won’t admit the relationship is based on convenience yet he will begin to show it by his behavior.

He may not bother to take a shower before they are together or even clean his room. Instead of dating, they will “hang out.” He wont break up with her, but will stay until something better comes along, only submitting if she succeeds in her manipulation to marry her.

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