I was discussing this with my friends and we kind of all disagreed on stuff and so I'm kind of curious..
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How long does the honeymoon period of a relationship last for? watch
- Thread Starter
- 28-10-2016 18:18
- 28-10-2016 18:55
It depends on the quality of the relationship. If it's a good one and you fancy the pants off each other then I reckon it's over a year. Signs are not making and effort, which can also be positive sign in some ways, and sex drive mismatch rearing its ugly head.
- 28-10-2016 18:56
- 28-10-2016 19:02
Depends how much time you spend with them. If you see them nearly everyday (e.g. at school) then I'd say about 2 months. If you see them less often then perhaps up to 4 months. Then again, if you're both truly in love I think it could be many months
- 29-10-2016 15:54
Varies between relationships from I'd say anywhere from a few months to a year. For some couples, it might only even last a few weeks. Once the honeymoon period is over, it pretty much is make or break for couples. Some couples sail through it with ease and others crash and burn.
- 29-10-2016 17:22
Hard to say, as it's different for everyone. Spock's Socks hit the nail on the head; it can be a few weeks, months, years etc.
As a side-note, I find it disappointing that people confuse the honeymoon period with being in love. Whilst there is no real true definition of "love", a lot of people seem to think that all the butterflies, excitement etc during the honeymoon period is love, which I disagree with. When the reality of relationships hit, they cut and run thinking it's over.
- 29-10-2016 22:07
Depends on so many imponderables to do with you, her, frequency of contact, and other contextual factors like social networks