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08-Nov-2016 07:07

I know I felt like this when I met my husband, Joe.

I was on a high and couldn’t wait to spend every second with him (although I tried to play it cool).

New York-based relationship and etiquette expert and author April Masini says this urge is a mistake, and if you don't fight to contain it, your passion could lead to some of the following signs your relationship is moving too fast and you need to slow down. As someone who struggles to live by the motto “what will be will be,” even I know that taking your time to settle in to a relationship doesn't sacrifice anything in the end.“The risk is that dating from this place of fear and scarcity harms a woman because she risks settling for a guy who isn't right for her,” Chlipala said.Moving too fast can hurt a relationship, said Allen Wagner, a marriage and family therapist in Los Angeles.When a woman thinks that she only has one chance left to meet a guy, that her biological clock is ticking, then she’s apt to fast forward a relationship in her head without really knowing anything about the guy, said Anita Chlipala, a dating and relationship therapist in Chicago.As soon as you think there’s not enough men to go around, and that you’ll never find the right one, then you’ll convince yourself that he’s “the one” and start acting accordingly, introducing him to your friends and family, she said.

New York-based relationship and etiquette expert and author April Masini says this urge is a mistake, and if you don't fight to contain it, your passion could lead to some of the following signs your relationship is moving too fast and you need to slow down. As someone who struggles to live by the motto “what will be will be,” even I know that taking your time to settle in to a relationship doesn't sacrifice anything in the end.“The risk is that dating from this place of fear and scarcity harms a woman because she risks settling for a guy who isn't right for her,” Chlipala said.Moving too fast can hurt a relationship, said Allen Wagner, a marriage and family therapist in Los Angeles.When a woman thinks that she only has one chance left to meet a guy, that her biological clock is ticking, then she’s apt to fast forward a relationship in her head without really knowing anything about the guy, said Anita Chlipala, a dating and relationship therapist in Chicago.As soon as you think there’s not enough men to go around, and that you’ll never find the right one, then you’ll convince yourself that he’s “the one” and start acting accordingly, introducing him to your friends and family, she said.If you don't even know each other's last names, it seems a bit premature to call it after only one date. You've barely swallowed your first bite of spinach dip and he's asking you how long you plan on waiting before you have kids or if you want to get married.