Dating twice a week

Also, no one wants to hear that you’ve been planning a wedding on your own. Meeting up with some friends or a sibling for a drink is one thing, inviting your date to your aunt’s birthday party is another. You don’t want your grandma coming to conclusions about the where the relationship is headed before you do. Don’t overwhelm your date with unnecessary (and bitter) details in the early stages of a relationship.

You’ll have plenty of time to plan a wedding…if the relationship makes it past the one-month mark. Only introduce your kids to someone you’re serious about. Otherwise, you’re prematurely adding a level of commitment to the relationship. In a long-term relationship, all the dating horror stories of the past will be revealed.

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And in that excitement, it’s easy to jump ahead and make some big dating mistakes.

Here are nine things to avoid doing in the first month of dating: 1. Here’s a rule you can steal from “How I Met Your Mother”: “Never make plans with a date further in the future than the amount of time you’ve been going out.” Of course, in non-sitcom land, this rule gets voided once you’re in a serious, committed relationship — otherwise, no one could ever make marriage vows — but in the first month of dating, keep plans for the future at a minimum.

Draw some careful boundaries for your burgeoning relationship. Related: Don’t ask him to reschedule his life for you. Don’t expect him to cancel poker night for your friend’s wine and cheese night. Let her brag to all of her coworkers about you for months before you make an appearance.

Celebrating their precious debut anniversary, the K-Pop quartet took time to share their sweet messages through their respective Instagram accounts.

, Kang Daniel emerged as the winner of the week after facing against ITZY and their comeback track “ICY”.

contestant and YDPP member Lee Kwang Hyun has left Starship Entertainment on August 6.

Citing personal reasons, the trainee recently came to a decision to terminate his contract after discussions with Starship regarding his direction and future with music.

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