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    Default How would you classify...

    how would you classify the different levels of a relationship as it develops?

    for example, months 1 to 6 are usually seen as the honeymoon stage. would you agree? what other levels would you consider and what good or bad things usually happen after each level.

    is it possible for the honeymoon stage to last a year?

    this is all based off a regular relationship NOT marriage.


    interested to hear you're opinions.

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    Default Re: How would you classify...

    That is too vague of a question. Relationships change sooo much from person to person. And time is incredibly variable based on how often you see her. I can make a girl my girlfriend in a week by seeing her several days in a row and having her emotionally invest in me, or I can have a girl be an FWB with me for a year with little to no commitment. What is the definition of relationship as you see it?
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