However, there are some things we should consider in a dating relationship, and a dating checklist makes us think through things clearly. However, the dating checklist is not the be all, end all guide to finding a good person to date.
What it does do is help you make a good decision when you think you like someone.
After this encounter you can’t–for the life of you–get this guy out of your head.
You try to think about other things, but nothing works.
This emotional rollercoaster is as exhausting as it is thrilling. The worst possible thing that could happen is him leaving.
It’s a fear you can’t quite shake no matter how promising the situation looks, a fear that drives everything you say and do. You meet a guy, you think he’s nice and all, you have good conversation, he gets your number, and while you’re pleased, you don’t go into a tizzy over it.
You may check his Facebook profile, but only for a few minutes.
However, healing your relationship means that you'll have to review how you've contributed to the problem - and what need to to do fix it.
No one wants to be in a bad relationship, but few of us are given the tools to fix relationships that aren't working.
What follows is an in-depth but extremely effective way creating a healthy relationship, one step at a time.
If so, find a fun, simple activity you both enjoy, like going on a walk, and talk about the reasons why you want to be in the relationship.
Then, keep using healthy behaviors as you continue dating.