The challenge is being honest with yourself, taking the time to reflect and sort through your true feelings, not compromising or watering down your life.
And if you have been biting your tongue and fearful of rocking the boat, your challenge is to resist the temptation.
It’s where you’ll be more curious about where things are going and wondering what his actions mean.
The important thing to keep in mind during this stage is that it’s normal – yes, a man will spend time with you before fully committing.
But the bigger danger is that it does all click and both are so caught up in the greatness of it all that neither one wants to rock the boat and spoil the magic. That both partners hold back – you don’t bring up that he was late, or that she tends to dominate the dinner conversations even though it bothers you.
Understanding emotional attraction and how it works is absolutely critical if you want to create a connected, lasting relationship with a man.Instead, a man will normally go through certain stages first before he decides you’re “it.” Here’s what they are, and how to handle them so he’s comfortable to move forward: In the early stages of dating, you take on one of two roles: the Convincer or the Resistor.It’s important for you to be the Resistor and not the Convincer.So let’s see how we feel about things over the next few weeks or months (set a time here you feel comfortable with), and we’ll decide if there’s something more serious that we both want.”When you say this to a guy, there’s an unconscious button that’s pushed in his mind that tells him that you are a respectable and desirable woman who has the ability and the strength to pick and choose what happens in your life, and he better rise to the occasion.By focusing on having fun and getting to know him during the first two stages, you’ve taken the pressure off of him, and he can naturally relax into the relationship.If the chemistry isn't there, there isn't much to do except perhaps give it one more try and see if something clicks.But if you are feeling particularly lonely or desirous to move forward in your life, you may convince yourself that your expectations have been too high, that this relationship is "good enough".Here they are: Stage 1: Oxytocin or bust This is where Tasha is at.At this stage of the relationship, chemistry, both emotional and physical, is in the forefront.No, you don’t want to emotionally slap someone up the side of the head on the second date because he talked with his mouth full, but if this is truly one of your pet peeves don’t hold off till 3 years after the wedding to bring it up.The issue isn't about chewing and food, but about bringing honesty and realness into the relationship from the start so the person gets a true sense of who you really are and what is important to you.