Don’t try to guess what your partner thinks or wants so as not to do something silly and provoke unnecessary arguments and disagreements, and try to adhere to the ground rules for a new relationship so that it becomes as pleasant as possible for both of you.
Public Expression of Feelings
People have different levels of comfort when it comes to the behaviour of couples in society. Find a boundary that is comfortable for the two of you (holding hands, hugging, etc.) and don’t break it.
One Day a Week
Set yourself one day every week when you will spend time together, without involving anyone else in your company. Spending time together is an indicator of health for any relationship.
Don’t Suffocate Your Partner With Your Attention
Being together is great, but acting like Siamese twins isn’t healthy. Respect each other’s space and don’t be horrified and furious if your partner asks for some free time for themselves.
Don’t Talk About the Future Until It’s Time to Talk About It
Nothing scares a person more than the prospect of having children before they are actually ready to have them. Don’t assume that your partner doesn’t want to be with you if they avoid talking about it. They just enjoy what they have and aren’t quite ready for an increase in the number of people in your intimate company.
Make Friends With Your Partner’s Friends
It will be nice for your partner (and you) if you become comfortable around their buddies.
But Don’t Forget Your Ones
Don’t push away your friends who were by your side before your partner showed up. If suddenly your new relationship doesn’t work, then you will always need this circle of support from people who understand you.
Don’t Hide Your Past
You don’t have to tell your partner about a funny affair with your university teacher, but you don’t have to hide the fact that you are friends with your ex either.
Don’t start a fight just because your partner looked at an attractive person sitting at the next table.
Don’t Talk About Your Relationship
No need to talk about what’s happening between you at home and in the bedroom. This is your personal relationship.
Don’t Play Games
Don’t make your partner guess what you mean, and don’t speak in meaningful riddles.