Normal dating vs moving too fast
Joe, on the other hand, was a little nervous about moving too fast, so he set boundaries to help us keep a healthy pace. I couldn’t understand why he would want to slow things down. Tess: I'm writing to you today to see if you have any advice on how to navigate a new relationship I'm in.
We've been friends for a little while and finally admitted to each other that we like each other, and we just had our first date.
Now that it's officially winter, no one can deny that we're in the thick of cuffing season.
Since quickly is a subjective term, it would be nearly impossible to establish a measuring stick of what is "too" quick.
When you first start seeing each other, you might question how quickly things are moving.
If he reassures you that everything is perfect, what reason do you have not to believe him? It's more a lesson that you should listen to your gut.
For some people, if they have had some relationships in the past and know what they are looking for, the courtship process may move more swiftly in than for other relationships.
The more constructive approach would be to ask is for what reason(s) is this relationship progressing rapidly.