We enter into a relationship with the knowledge that we have a month, or many months, with one person that we can choose to enjoy or choose to think about how it will end and when it will end.It’s the reality of any relationship: it may very likely be temporary.Practically all the women in the discussion agreed, but it was one person’s description that seemed to take the words out of everyone’s mouths: “It's just this feeling of easiness and finally being able to land your plane.During the honeymoon phase you're kind of like on cloud nine, and just hovering around each other trying to get a better view/feel for the other.The honeymoon period describes the early stages of a relationship, when everything is new and exciting.
Similarly, going to the loo and allowing your partner to hear: “Peeing with the door open instead of closed,” admitted one woman.If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices.But it wasn’t all about being able to reveal your natural bodily functions - for some women, it’s just about finally feeling relaxed.One person described being in a long-term relationship as “Like a warm log fire on a cold winter's night,” and another revealed it’s far preferable to the supposedly more exciting early stages: “For me, the 'honeymoon' phase was plagued with anxiety, doubts and insecurity along with all the lovey-dovey stuff.During the first year of my relationship with my life partner (Yes, that's how he's entered in my phone. One of you starts letting negative comments slip about the others friends or family. But it might be slightly less frequent or slightly less adventurous or maybe just a little more "skip the appetizers, get to the main course" if ya know what I mean. But if you both kept your farts to yourself the 6-12 month mark is usually the period of time where you start to bond over your mutual gas and IBS issues. Just as an FYI, my parents have been happily married for 38 years and they are adamantly against ever discussing these things with each other. The spontaneous texts during the work day start to go away. At the beginning of a relationship you're both on your best behavior and at the first sign of conflict, one person usually tries to diffuse the situation as quickly as possible. " When you've hit the one year mark and you've invested enough time into the relationship where you know that one big fight won't equal break-up, then the fights get way more intense. Our pain is usually caused by one of two things: Something you did to us OR because we have nothing to wear. Every so often, you break plans with each other at the last minute to hang out with your friends.