Why the first weeks of dating feel so good

Ever had those magical few weeks of dating? Where everything you say to each other or talk about feels so sweet. You have finally found a person that matches your energy, emotions and has an interesting character. In a few weeks, everyone strives to give their best to the relationship to sustain it.

           The ecstasy of admitting feelings to someone. In the first few weeks of dating there is a strong attraction between two love birds; admitting feelings to someone is euphoric. Both of you are living the moment knowing you belong to someone your heart and soul. Admitting feelings is one of the pillars of a new relationship; hence one needs to know if there is a mutual feeling.

            The feeling of optimism and various relationship goals. After being single or lonely for a long time, you feel optimistic that you will build a life together. Many lovers have hope that the relationship will last long; they believe they will have a lasting connection to fulfill their dreams. New relationships have future goals of building successful businesses, the right house, and generally a desirable quality of life. Who wouldn’t want a good vacation in one of the most coveted sceneries in the world? Couples promise each other merry in suitable places in the world.

              Curiosity and a new relationship excitement make the first weeks of dating overwhelming. In the first few weeks, both partners are curious to know each other more, their lifestyle, character, beliefs. All this curiosity is to evaluate whether or not you’re fit for each other. Having someone that cares for you, checks on you, and a shoulder to lean on is very important; hence on forges forward trying to make the relationship work, bringing excitement.

 They have time for each other, either having fun or keep each other company. Who doesn’t want a person you can move from place to place just having fun and playing games with? In life, everyone deserves some love.  First few weeks, both partners have time for each other, long late-night calls, frequent visits, and touring places of interest to spend time together. Having a person who calls to check on you after a busy day brings a feeling of happiness and belonging.

         Letting your family and friend meet a new person in your life. Opening to someone emotionally and letting them meet your family is a huge step. It brings joy and a feeling of trust in interacting with your partner’s family. It brings confidence that the relationship is going to last.

           It is one of the few weeks where you see another person as perfect, even if it’s temporary. The two lovers have this perception because you’re each putting your best foot forward. You are receiving each other calls, immediate replies to texts, and checking on each other frequently. Everyone believes that they have met a perfect match.

            A feeling of trust and contentment brings excitement. Having someone with you share your secrets, insecurities, and a shoulder to lean on in times of trouble. It gives a feeling of satisfaction to have someone who cares and can share your worries with.

           Hormones in our brains are wired to be excited about novelty. A new relationship gives a personal ego, to share your personal stories with someone who has not already heard any of them. They respond with curiosity, and validation gives a feeling of gratification. It is joyful to have a person who finds you attractive. There is a rewarding feeling when a new person reveals that you have something in common.

             Anything new is exciting. Treading on the new ground is always adventurous. The first few weeks of dating bring new sexual experiences. They are feelings of intimacy, discovering how your partner works. The first few weeks feel good due to shared interests. There is a deep mutual sense of friendship. The partners are interested in each and what’s happening in their world’s partners share values. With time they collect memories within this time. This is the period that lovers cultivate a kind of connection with each other.

           The first few weeks seem good because partners challenge each other. After all, they don’t want to lose each other the fear of breakups pushes people to make the relationship work by making significant efforts. The first weeks are the best, but people should be careful not to over trust but tread carefully.