So you’re past the first date, and you and your match are moving right along into what we at like to call the “getting to like you” phase.Based on our findings from the Singles in America study, we put together this dating timeline comprised of all the relationship “firsts” and asked singles to weigh in on the results!Check out when they think these dating and relationship monuments should occur below. Are you a little unsure as to what is ok and not okay to do in a relationship and when? Pulled from our Singles in America data, we uncovered what singles deem as the right timing for dating monuments- everything from when to friend your date on Facebook, when to bring up ex’s (if ever! Just like real relationships, however, nothing is set in stone! Everyone loves to compare notes on what’s normal when it comes to timing, but we’ve finally crunched the numbers to reveal timing norms and outliers on dating firsts!
If I’ve learned anything about falling in love, it’s that there is no timeline to it. Life's too short to waste another second refusing it. It’s your life and your relationship, and anyone who’s judging it clearly needs to get his or her own.No one knows when it's going to hit, and when it does, what's the point of trying to twist it and mold it into some time frame that has no set dimensions?If the news isn't enough to remind you life is fleeting, then your love should be.1 week: For the first few dates showing up on time and being yourself is a sure way to start the date off right.I know this may sound obvious but there is nothing that most guys find worse than someone being anybody but themselves. 1 month: At this point suggesting to pay or split the bill on a date would definitely enhance the mood, even though I most likely won’t take you up on the offer.