6 month dating ideas

It’s been a running joke throughout the early stages of our relationship that The Rugby Boy will be entered into the Guinness Book of Records for reaching that particular mile-marker.

It’s a slight exaggeration, and I’ve probably spent 6 months in a relationship with half a dozen guys over the years. But it’s interesting, because all of those relationships were in my teens and twenties.

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The Mass Ave Arts & Theater Cultural District boasts unique, one-of-a-kind art in various locations that can't be found anywhere else in Indianapolis.

After all, no matter how much we try to tell ourselves that a gift is just a gift, what you give to your sweetie carries an intrinsic message about how you feel about them and your relationship. Ask around; buying expensive or outrageous gifts when you’re still early in the relationship is going to be a red flag to the majority of people. There are plenty of men – myself included – who’ve made the mistake of overcommitting on a gift too early in the relationship. Sometimes we legitimately trying to bowl them over and effectively buy their affections.

And suddenly being in my thirties adds a different spin to the relationship.

The Six Month Mark The thing about being with someone for 6 months, is that it feels like a relatively long time. We spend 4 or 5 nights a week together, out of convenience, as well as comfort, and in the last 6 months, The Rugby Boy has become my best friend.

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