Moving in with your significant other is a big step, no matter how much in love you are. No one wants to rush the process and spoil the relationship you have with your partner.
Although, on the other hand, you could be missing out on something really intimate and amazing once you start living together. It doesn’t matter if you just started dating or have been with your partner for a while, following are 5 signs that say you are ready to take the plunge and move in together with them.
If your flatmate texts you saying that she misses you, then the chances are that you are spending way more time at your partner’s house than your own! In every relationship, there will always be a place where you like to hang out more and find yourself spending 80% of your relationship over there, even after the initial honeymoon period. Moreover, if you enjoy sleeping on the same bed and their sleeping habits are not a problem, then you can probably become permanent bed partners.
“One of the most important aspects of living together is to be equal in every sense so that neither of the two feels like they are putting in more effort than the other person.”
From preparing meals, doing the dishes, initiating a conversation; the art of maintaining a great home relationship is by maintaining a balance. If you and your partner fully accept each other's flaws and perfections, then once you move in, you should easily be able to move in without any constant bickering or tip-toeing around each other. However, don’t expect everything to be perfect all the time, that’s not possible. Instead, accept that you may have to give up a few habits in order to make the relationship work.
It is fairly obvious that once you move in together, then you are going to have discussions that will revolve around rent, electricity bills, and whose turn it is to pay the house help. Most importantly, here, both parties should be open and honest about how much they can afford so that no issue arrives later regarding payments.
It might not be the most fun topic to talk about, but if both of you are organized and committed to getting your home finances sorted out, then it need not be such a big deal. If you feel comfortable and confident that both of you are on the same wavelength when it comes to money, then everything will be fine once you move in.
It just feels right, despite the financial benefits and home comforts, you just want to be together with them. If you have mutual respect, know each other’s bodies, and understand exactly what they like in bed such as the different types of condoms or positions. Without thinking twice, just move in together. Family and friends might say it’s too soon, but at times you just know.
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