Gut feeling dating
But blinded by love or lust or stupidity, I ignored all of my gut instincts.
He would stay out until 3 AM and call me crazy for questioning him.
If I hadn’t ignored that screaming voice in my head, I’d have been as happy as I am now much, much earlier.
However, that uncomfortable moment should be quickly replaced with relief as you watch your partner accept you for who you are, including all those things you thought you could never show anyone. Find someone who encourages you and challenges you, and [someone] whom you can give that to as well.” If you do find yourself disagreeing with your SO, remember that there is a healthy way to argue.If you don’t believe me, take it from relationship therapist Nicole Richardson.Whether it's jitters or butterflies, a healthy relationship [doesn’t always leave you feeling relaxed, especially when dating someone for the first time or being in the early stages of your relationship.These negative feelings aren't talked about often because, without context, they probably sound a little off-putting.But sometimes, the strongest relationships are the ones where you haven’t always felt glitter and butterflies 24/7. Because, if handled the right way, these feelings lead to growth both personally and in your relationship with your significant other.