“Did you know that the third date can really be the deciding factor between ‘just friends’ and ‘boyfriend and girlfriend’? It’s true, many relationships make it or break it in the third date. You know what we mean when we talk about third date expectations. Although modern dating mythology has long thought of the third date as the date when sex becomes a realistic possibility, heading into it with that assumption won’t do you any favors if you’re looking for a real relationship.”
A third date is the thin line that separates dating from a relationship. Use these 10 third date tips to make your date fall in love with you.
A third date isn’t just a date.
It’s actually a thin line that can determine the direction of the dating game.
If you’ve been on two dates with a special someone, and both of you are still keen to see each other again, it’s definitely a good sign.
During a third date, you’re practically a couple already. But as you’re still only two dates old, it’s too young to give the relationship a name.
Third date tips to fall in love
The third date is almost always the deal maker.
The first date tests the likeability.
The second confirms that and tests the romance.
Read more: http://www.lovepanky.com/flirting-flings/dating-game/third-date-tips
“Separation or divorce is a stressful and upsetting time. It can also have a big effect on your finances. Because you never know what can happen, it’s vital to protect your money and assets from the potential ravages of divorce. If you suspect that your divorce will be a knock-down, drag-out fight or if you’re certain that your divorce won’t go smoothly, prepare to take the following steps prior to the start of your divorce.”
Breaking up is always hard to do. But just because your life has been upended by a divorce or separation, it doesn’t mean your finances have to suffer, too.
That’s exactly what can happen, however, if you make any number of wrong moves when you’re unwinding a relationship.
Here are seven financial mistakes you must avoid once you decide to end a marriage:
1. Thinking that a mediator will protect your financial interests.
Many of us think that all divorces inevitably devolve into epic, drawn-out battles over money and property, complete with bitter screaming matches, chronic stress, and “I’ll get you!” style threats, kind of like The War of the Roses, the 1989 film that starred Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner.
Read more: http://www.dailyfinance.com/2011/06/09/getting-divorced-or-separated-7-financial-mistakes-not-to-make/
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