8 Signs You Are Still in the Honeymoon Phase of Dating ...

27
COMMENT

The honeymoon phase of dating is honestly one of the best times in a relationship.

Not only do you constantly agree, but the fighting is minimum and everything is so easy!

Do you know how to tell if you are in the honeymoon phase of dating?

I've got all of the tips below!

I'm going to detail out the top 8 ways to tell if you are still in the honeymoon phase of dating!

1. No Fighting

Remember above when I said no fighting?

It's true!

If you are in the honeymoon phase of dating, typically there is very little to no fighting at all.

All you want to do is please one another, not fight about the small things.

We can all take a lesson out of this – don't sweat the small stuff girls!2

Constant Agreement

Comments:

Heather Jensen
Hey Cathy! It is a good thing! Typically you see it in the beginning of a relationship, but it can last all the way through a relationship too. :)
Alisha Coughran
What do you mean by 'honeymoon phase' of dating? Is that a good thing?
Heather Jensen
Absolutely! But you would be surprised on how many times in a relationship, the person insults the their partner. :) I hope that never happens to you ladies!
Whitney Rochelle Blankenship
@Elizabeth, Agreed. When I read the slide with "You don't insult eachother," I was a bit miffed. Insulting your partner does nothing but make you into a bully- it's definitely not a sign of a healthy relationship.
Heather Jensen
Hello Elizabeth! I'm so sorry you didn't like the article. I agree that a healthy relationship does have its disagreements, when you are in the 'honeymoon phase' of dating, typically you let a lot more go. That was the point I was making. :) Thanks for the comment!
Elizabeth
This "article" is such a bummer. To attribute frequent fights, insults, and aggrivation to a committed relationship is just sad. All healthy relationships will have disagreements; learning how to handle issues calmly and productively is a true sign of maturing out of the honeymoon phase, while fighting and "blowing up" (as you put it) at one another is detrimental and unhealthy at any stage.
View all comments
Explore more ...