New Relationship Advice – Passing the Honeymoon Stage

New Relation AdviceBig Yay!  You’ve made it through the first chapter in your new relationship: the Honeymoon Stage. The stage when everything is so new, fresh, exciting, and magical.

You’ve likely either hidden your smelly socks from each other or you’ve overlooked them, favoring instead the butterflies and the feelings of elation and ecstasy that accompany a new love affair.

Here are some tips for not only surviving, but thriving in the coming 3-6 months as your relationship settles down and solidifies.

Grow a healthy relationship with these tips.

About Julie

Julie Ferman is the Founder of Julie Ferman Associates. As a personal matchmaker, dating coach, media personality, professional speaker, dating industry consultant and events producer, her mission is to dignify and simplify the love search process for selective, relationship-minded professionals. Julie Ferman Associates provides personal matchmaking services and a full menu of dating coaching services to single men and women throughout the U.S. and Canada.

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3 Responses to New Relationship Advice – Passing the Honeymoon Stage

  1. how to save a marriage November 2, 2014 at 10:46 am #

    If you part gracefully then it would be equivalent to saving a relationship especially if there is a child involved. You can then decide whether you really want to save your relationship with your boyfriend or girlfriend.The confirmation today is the relationship status change on a networking site.

  2. How to save a relationship October 31, 2014 at 4:36 am #

    Sometimes you may be tempted to dig up certain past issues and lump them up to your current ones.
    You can then decide whether you really want to save your relationship with your boyfriend or girlfriend.
    You can push her into the arms of another man by simply not allowing her to breathe.

  3. How to save a relationship October 29, 2014 at 5:27 pm #

    Consulting a marriage counselor too will be a great idea if you two cannot come up with a solution jointly.
    However if you feel that it is best to part then do so without showdown of graces. If your spouse has turned you into a broken record and you are always arguing about the same topic, repeating the same words and phrases over and over again then this is a common problem that all married couples have when they run out of words
    to express themselves.

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