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Dating stage

The fact is that there comes a point in a relationship when you stop holding it in.

[Read: Taking it slow in a relationship – What’s the right way to go about it?

] Why you shouldn’t be scared when the honeymoon stage ends The following list describes some of those signs that the honeymoon period is indeed coming to an end, but more importantly, also explains what these signs mean in the broader context of your relationship as whole – and how they can actually be a good thing. Okay, the example of farting in front of each other might be at the cruder end of the personal habit spectrum, but it nonetheless makes a good point.

However, there is no dispute as to what exactly it is.

Yes, that might mean the honeymoon stage’s over – but I’d say that was a pretty fair trade. [Read: 8 taboo topics you should avoid in a new relationship] #5 Happy is as happy does.

You might worry that the absence of a constant need to make the best impression signals the end of a glorious period, but isn’t it better to relax in a comfort zone with someone who knows and loves you than pretend to be something you’re not? The key to a happy and fulfilling relationship is to not only nurture it, but also to nurture yourself.

With the honeymoon period out of the way, along with that desperate need to exist only for your significant other, you can start tending to yourself again in order to ensure that you can contribute to the relationship as a healthy and strong individual.

[Read: 10 reasons saying “I love you” too soon sucks] #9 Taking it easy.