Dating to relationship timeline
My husband and I got married very quickly, and by all "typical" relationship accounts, our marriage should be a disaster.We didn't know each other at all when we got married, we are from totally different backgrounds, we had never taken a big trip together or spent a lot of time with each other's families... But here we are, having broken all the rules and happy AF every single day that we found each other and went with our passion. Don't let the idea of a "typical relationship timeline" weigh you down.It starts to feel like we're suffocating under the weight of relationship expectations and that is certainly not worth it.If you feel that you love someone as soon as you meet them, is it wise not to say it or is it just fear?It's best to embrace it and realize that it'll all work out for you exactly as it is supposed to.
Things happen for different people at different times.
There is no such thing as a right or wrong way to be in a relationship, and there definitely isn't an ideal relationship timeline to follow that will unveil a map to the perfect happily ever after.
Couples who don't follow a timeline are happier because Couples who don't follow a timeline are happier because they prioritize doing what makes them happy first, and conform to society's outline second.
But what about the so-called "typical relationship timeline"? People are supposed to date, fall in love, meet the families, get engaged, get married, move in together, have babies... But what happens when your relationship doesn't line up with that timeline?
Well, the honest truth is that absolutely nothing happens!