Dating slowly

Her psychology research articles have been published in Personality and Individual Differences and in Modern Psychological Studies.

to really get to know someone is crucial for building the foundation of a [hopefully] long-term relationship. If you establish boundaries and a pace you’re comfortable with early on, you won’t be alarming your date with an awkward “We need to slow down” conversation later. You don’t have to air all of that proverbial “dirty laundry” on the first date just because he asks you a question about your personal life. Nor should you be talking about fun New Year’s plans if your first date is in July. You might believe it, but that doesn’t mean you should say it — yet.

Taking things slowly is highly beneficial to a romantic relationship, and the reason why is actually quite simple.

The app is created for those who yearn for meaningful conversations with people in the era of instant messaging.

I would like to express my gratitude to everyone behind the Slowly team, for allowing something like this to be possible for, not just me, but so many people around the world, and for helping to bring a dash of friendship and a bit of joy to my otherwise dull and busy life.

Words can’t express how grateful I am and from the bottom of heart I want to say “Thank you, Slowly“ for connecting people from all around the world and for giving me the opportunity to meet this very special person!

A New York native, Carrie Stemke is an avid writer, editor and traveler whose work has covered many different topics.

She has had a lifelong fascination with and love of psychology, and hold's a bachelor's degree in the subject.

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