You should understand that whatever you are experiencing with this person that you met online is not necessarily what you will experience upon meeting them in real life.
If this is someone that you met online, you don’t truly know how the both of you would get along if you were to meet in person.
If the both of you have chosen to date each other exclusively, you need to make sure that you don’t allow a lot of time to transpire before meeting each other in person.
Long distance relationships with a person that you have never even met in person can be very trying after a while.
You could put yourself in a situation where you commit to a person over an extended period of time who you end up never even meeting.
That would be a good amount of time and effort put into this online relationship that led to nowhere.
This is the kind of precious time and effort that you could have been putting into someone else who lives in the same area that you do.
This is why you should make it a priority to meet this person that you are now dating in person.
The both of you should make solid plans for when you are both going to meet in person.
This has to be something that is on a very high level of importance to the both of you.
Try not to fall into the trap of just getting complacent with the relationship that the both of you have built up online.
In fact, allowing complacency to set in is often what leads to the both of you taking much longer to meet in person, if you both actually end up meeting at all.
That sense of complacency can lull the both of you into thinking that you can just take your time before meeting in person.
After all, you both have such great chemistry online.
Don’t make this mistake.
If the both of you become too complacent, you may end up getting too deep into this online relationship.
If that were to happen, it may reach a point where you just stop talking about meeting each other in person altogether.
You may just get too comfortable with the idea that the both of you are online partners.
In essence, the thought of meeting each other in person could actually become something that makes the both of you fearful after a while.
You may both come to fear that this meeting would not live up to how great your interaction has been with each other online.
You run the risk that at least one of you will develop this kind of fear of actually meeting each other in person, the longer that you both date each other online.
If you have yet to meet this person, you should start making plans to meet this person in real life now.
It would be to the advantage of the both of you.
The sooner you both discover whether you have real life chemistry, the sooner you will know whether this relationship can truly work.
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