It's important for every man to have a surefire strategy on how to get used to new girlfriends. Once the informalities of the dating game are dropped and a degree of exclusiveness is imposed, the rules of interaction suddenly become more rigid. Your lady may expect to spend more time with you, to stay the night at your place more often, or to meet your parents. Whatever the situation, coming up with a strategy on how to deal with a new girlfriend will keep you ahead of the curve.
- Be honest about your compatibility. If you find it hard to get used to your new girlfriend, and especially find it hard to agree on strong issues, chances are you and her may not be compatible. It's better to cut your losses and end things at this early stage than to string it on and leave a trail of arguments, hurt feelings and shattered objects.
- Make time for her and your friends. One of the hardest things about getting used to new girlfriends is making time enough to see her and your friends. You really like this girl, but your friends were obviously a huge factor in your life while you were single. Use your intuition to judge how much is enough for each. You don't want to leave anyone out, but if she's too clingy, it'll cause problems.
- Meet and greet the parents. This is a mandatory step in getting used to any new girlfriend. Meet her parents and feel them out. They may be judging the slob who's seeing their daughter, but just keep in mind that the apple never falls far from the tree. The consequences of hereditary weirdness may not come to the surface until later, but at least you'll have a good idea of what to expect!
A strategy on how to deal with new a girlfriend will keep you and your relationship strong in those first few pivotal months. If you get any sort of slight feeling at all that it may not work out, it probably wont. Don't beat yourself up! There are plenty of bad seeds out there, and at least you found out before you had a kid with her!
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