Things you’re most likely to do once you’re comfortable

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Use ‘us’ instead of ‘I’

Because you never really know if your relationship is the real deal or not, during the first three months you operate as individuals and not a unit. The words ‘us’ and ‘we’ are often used once you’ve established that you’re a couple and serious about each other.

Wear cotton underwear

For most women, a new relationship means no compromise when it comes to underwear. Lacy lingerie is the order for many days because first impressions last longer right? Now that you aren’t trying so hard to impress, you’re not shy to slip into your comfortable cotton underwear. At the back of your mind you know that satin underwear or not, he’ll still find you sexy.

React immediately

If he makes you angry, you snap, immediately! Unlike before when you used to let it slide because you didn’t want to come across as ‘too strong’. You aren’t shy to let your emotions be because well, that’s the beauty of relationships.

Go bare faced when you want to

In the beginning almost everything you do is about impressing. From how you dress, the make-up, hair, and what you eat. But this doesn’t usually last for long as you get comfortable. The perfect days for you is when you’re wearing your baggy pants, messy hair and no make-up.

Eat what you want

Have you ever looked back at how little you used to eat in front of your man as opposed to now? You now order and eat whatever you feel like because you’ve long past the ‘I’ll have a salad’ stage.

Show your kinky side

We all want to be seen as good girls especially in the bedroom. Those sex fantacies you’ve been keeping a secret gets let out after a couple of months and men love it when you let them in your kinky side. 

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