Despite what movies tell us, there's no hard and fast rule about when you should have sex with your new guy for the first time.Maybe it's five minutes after you meet him, or maybe it's after marriage—no judgment!
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John and I spent our entire dating life long distance. ) Between phone calls, letters, and short trips to visit each other, we learned a lot about each other.
If so, what do you think about pre-nuptial agreements? Do you plan on having kids, or do you want a life without any? Are you thinking about making any major residential moves in the next few years? Do you always need to be right about everything (and let people *know* you think you're right)?
What's your weirdest and/or darkest sexual fantasy?
Do you believe it is vital to everyday life to know what is happening in the world around you? What is the nicest thing anybody has said, or you believe they would say, about you? What are your life and career goals in 5, 10 and 15 years? Would you rather live in a large house in the suburbs, or a tiny apartment in the city with an excellent view?
Which is more logical to follow—your heart or your head?
But that was part of the excitement of our conversations– learning new things about each other, asking each other goofy questions, being able to share life with each other as much as we could.
And those skills, that interest in each other, helped us deal with a year-long deployment when we couldn’t see each other on weekends or be in touch with each other as much as we wanted.
If we end up dating, will either one of us be settling?