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The Relationship Corner: Traveling With Your Significant Other



If you're lucky enough, you'll get the opportunity to leave the country a few times in your lifetime. Traveling is one of those things that you really appreciate because of all the modern marvels you'll be seeing, as well as anything timeless you'll come across on your travels. The experiences gained are priceless. You'll be even luckier if your friends and you managed to put your procrastination aside to actually book a few trips.

Going away with people is already tricky and you might lose a friend or two depending on the person. Some people turn on the boujie light and act brand new. Others are just a pain to deal with and it'll teach you to say, "I'm never going away with that person again." Those are friends though, but what about your "boo?" These days, it's so common to see couples go away and it's somewhat of an eyebrow raiser only because of the longevity of their relationship. In other words, they're too new in their relationship to be doing that. So, how soon is it too soon to go away with him or her?



There are so many "how soon is too soon" scenarios when it comes to dating, that traveling with them is still somewhat new and all depends on the flow. However, there are several factors to think about. Let's say you're going away for 5 days. Those 5 days can easily turn into the longest 5 days of your life or be too short because you two just had too much fun. Fact of the matter is, if you're not even a year in with this person, you shouldn't be going away with him or her. You're bugging out with that idea. Can you imagine the tiny arguments you'd get into because maybe they got on your nerves because of how messy they are in the bathroom? For starters, that's gross but it will happen. BUT, you'll see a side of this person that you never have before. Spending a night is easy because you'll go home tomorrow, but 5 days or more, it'll put your relationship to the test and you'll perhaps get a preview on how the future will be. This is why I think going away without having longevity in the relationship is ridiculous and when I hear couples break up because of it, it's not surprising at all.



My suggestion for new couples who want to experience it and work their way up per se-book a weekend away in the country. Remember, once you're out of the country, the levels of communication are bleak. But if you're in the country, you can easily just go home. You'll get to see what it may be like to even live with the person. Along with other things, you'll see them in their glory and get to experience them "get ready for you." You usually see the person ready, but now, you'll see them in a different light.

There are so many things to consider when you want to go away with your significant other. Make sure you think twice about it because one of you may come back in a body bag and chances are, there will be zero remorse about it.

Cheers,

-Erika F. 

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