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 The Dating Crossroad 
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The Dating Crossroad
by: Gabby Love

As with everything change will happen even in dating. It is always necessary to take time and evaluate your dating experience before making any decisions. Gabby Love offers key tips and techniques to do this correctly.

A. Explore the compatibility aspect of the relationship.

1. Focus on how much time you really spend together. I mean is it really quality time or "booty" time?

2. Do you really enjoy being together or do you dread being around them all together?

3. Have you noticed the time spent together increasing or altogether shrinking?

4. Do you fight like "cats and dogs" or not at all ? Hey, this is really key. The whole point of dating is to find someone who really understands and accepts you and your ways without change.

B. Common tastes and interests.

1. How many of the same things do both parties like?

2. Do you have any friends in common? Remember the old saying "birds of a feather flock together"?

3. Do you get along with each others friends and family? Hey if the relationship gets deeper this is very key. Really give this thought before committing deeper in a relationship.

4. Are both parties adventurous and trusting to explore new things together?

Goal orientated observations.

1. Do you desire the same things in life? Give this some real thought because for example if you want kids and your mate doesn't you need to know early enough before fully committing deeper in the relationship.

2. What direction in life are both of you headed?

3. Do both parties want the same thing in a relationship? If you don't know then ask before committing deeper in the relationship.

4. How are both parties ideas on money and the balancing on time. Money can be a real make or break aspect of a relationship. All money and time issues should be discussed fully before moving deeper in a relationship.

The above are just a few points to consider when trying to decide to "bail out" or stay in a relationship. Always be fair with yourself and the other person when doing your own evaluation. Remember "it is always best to be safe then sorry" when dealing with a relationship.

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