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If you've just come out of a bad relationship and you toss yourself right into a new one, chances are you're doing it for the wrong reasons.
Either your self-esteem is too relationship-dependent or you're not over your ex and trying to bury it.
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It's normal to get all loved up and gooey during the honeymoon phase, but if you get caught up in that, you can end up rushing into a relationship built on giggles and sex, without much substance.
This isn't about judging anyone's relationship choice, it's more about making one that's good for you.
The loved up halo you get at the beginning can mean you project good traits onto your new partner that they might not actually deserve.
Sometimes a partner needs to speed up a bit." If it feels too fast for you, you should feel comfortable saying something.
This is especially true if your partner is putting pressure on you to integrate in a way you don't feel comfortable with.
"When we feel rushed, pushed, or feel we are engaging in actions that are not aligned with a pace that feels comfortable we are likely out of our comfort zone," Klapow tells Bustle.
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