Fighting after 2 months of dating
Essential to a real, long-lasting love is calling one another on each other’s sh*t.
After all, that's just what it means to date your best friend.
When you can tell your partner that you disagree -- when you can speak up and say you're pissed the f*ck off -- that's love.
You know that what you have can't be broken, so you push the boundaries and test each other. You don’t have to worry about destroying your relationship, because you’re too crazy about each other to let an argument ever ruin what you have.
Keep things lively by always challenging each other. and eventually on your back (with those toes in the air).
When you fight with someone, it shows how comfortable you are with that person.
It boldly illustrates the staunch beliefs that you're both ready to defend.
While stubbornness is often considered a negative quality in a relationship, it proves that you are strong-minded individuals.
There's something to be said for dating someone whose mind is so different from yours. I’m not talking about making your partner physically bleed or fearing for your safety.
I’m not describing a situation that brings the police to your house.
Once the crucial six-month milestone has passed, daters feel it’s safe to splash out on the relationship by spending the night away (seven months/ 204 days) or jetting off on holiday together (ten months/ 298 days).
Over a quarter (28 per cent) of people surveyed also said they would wait at least six months before leaving their toothbrush at their partner’s house, whilst 40 per cent said the same for being given a drawer at their partner's house.