By the time you have dated for a couple months, you’ve gotten a good feel for each other and have gone on a series of romantic dates.This is the ideal time to dig deeper, evaluating your relationship, your sweetheart and yourself.(The Frisky) -- First thing one morning I got a text from one of my friends, the kind I get all too often: "Met my future husband last night!" My response was my standard one: "Get back to me in three months." If I've learned one valuable thing from the dating whirligig I've been on for the last six years (give or take six months here or there), it's that you must wait at least three months before getting excited about the long-term possibilities of a new person.
Also, I think three months gives you enough time to see if the new person in your life is consistent. The Frisky: 12 celebs who denied getting breast implants TM & © 2010 TMV, Inc.
The Frisky: 30 things every woman should quit doing by 30 I don't want to sound cynical or jaded.
I totally believe in love for myself and my friends, but what I believe in more is that it takes a really long time to get to know someone and it's a complicated process.
When you approach the first two months with willingness and forethought, you can establish healthy patterns and the strong foundation necessary to make the relationship last.
In the first two months, you have the opportunity to see one another in a variety of situations and witness how the two of you, as a couple, meet everyday obstacles.