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10 phases of dating

10 phases of dating-6

You managed to black out sometime in the middle of it all and can’t figure out whether the person was the best or worst sex of your life. You have officially dubbed him/her, or have been dubbed, worthy of sexual pursuit. In this stage, it isn’t recommended that you refrain from calling the person or see him/her without drinking heavily or taking drugs – it may be awkward.

The majority of people surveyed said they would wait three months before having sex with a new partner, but nine per cent admitted they would sleep with someone within a week of meeting them.The average person takes three months to deactivate their online dating profiles too, with men being more likely to do so than women - 28 per cent of men deactivate their accounts three weeks into dating someone, versus 17 per cent of women.29 per cent of new couples will share a photo featuring their partner after four months together.Millennials move on faster than older generations, with a third happy to date again a month after breaking up with someone.But even if we are quick to try and move on, the survey found that the average person takes two years to fully get over an ex.The average couple will say “I love you” after three months together, and men usually say it first.

And as a relationship develops, people start feeling more comfortable with each other - the average person will keep a toothbrush at their partner’s house after five months of dating and just one month later will fart in front of their partner.

It doesn’t matter what the initial intentions are – not as if you know what the other person’s intentions are anyway – on the first date you’re either sleeping together or not.

Depending on the results of this stage, you’ll move on to stage 2.

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A survey has revealed the five stages most relationships go through - and what each one entails.