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teamsconParticipantMarch 4, 2016 at 5:17 pm #95001
What’s everyone’s opinions on time from of two normal, non needy in love people to move in together? 6months? 1year? We’re both 30fyi .. Great relationship in love etc. I’d just like the time frame not emotions etc needed
asdfParticipantMarch 6, 2016 at 6:00 am #95063
I think there’s always safety in waiting at least a year, because at that point people usually open up pretty well to the other, and you’re over each other’s homes a lot more and you’ve already introduced each other to the family and got some impresssions….
It honestly depends on a lot more than the information you provided,
-Age, and M/F?
-Your relationship health with each other?
-Major flaws you can see in living with each other?
-Financial security? How will you pay for the place and divide the space?
-Do you see yourself getting married? Are you someone who wants to get married at all?
Vesp8912ParticipantMarch 18, 2016 at 7:37 pm #96072
Every situation is different, like raline said, it entirely depends on how you both feel.
enjoyiceParticipantMarch 19, 2016 at 8:17 am #96082
If you’re going to move in together – then you have to be perfectly comfortable with talking about it to each other! So .. thats one way to find out, just ask about it 🙂 I don’t think there is any ‘rule’ though. Depends entirely on your situation with each other, it’s a personal thing.
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