Known as one of the most blissful phases of a relationship- The honeymoon phase <3 when you first fall in love, you can’t help but be obsessed with almost anything and everything that bae does.
The way they smile, laugh, talk or even move fills your head with joy. You can’t get enough of them. You think of nothing else but them.
Ending of this stage doesn’t always mean that you’re drifting apart. In fact, it means that you’re still totally head-over-heels in love them and you’ve found ‘The One.’
Here are a few signs showing that your honeymoon phase is almost coming to an end and how they can actually be a good thing-
This stage could also be said the one where you no more hold it in. There comes a point where you fart in front of each other without any shame.
Trying to impress eventually has less importance, which is actually a good thing. It shows that you feel comfortable around them and can be you most-authentic stinky self.
Playing it down
You don’t quite take the same level of care for yourself and your appearance as you did at the beginning of the relationship. You don’t bother much about your morning face and how you’ve drooled over your pillow.
It’s just how relaxed and comfortable you feel when you’re with yourself and your partner.
You no longer have to pretend that you like mac and cheese too because it’s one of their favourites when you actually hate it. It means you finally open up to them and explain your likes, dislikes, wants, fears, weird fantasies without having a fear of judgement.
I love you’s
These three little words might get said less, but this isn’t something to worry about. It could just mean that you’re both secure in what you have together.
You start showing your love for them through little gestures than saying it.
You cover them up with a blanket when they crash on the sofa. You help them with chores. Cook them or order their favourite meal. It just gets better.
You start noticing your partners’ flaws
During the honeymoon phase, you’re so attracted and head-over-heels in love with your partner that you tend to overlook their flaws or find them cute at times.
But as it comes to the closing stages you begin to observe their imperfections. These flaws might become annoying but you learn to deal with them and embrace your partner for all that they are.
Imperfection is beauty.
Taking it easy
You no longer worry about the constant need of creating the best impression or being over-aware of how you should be presenting yourself. It all becomes a thing of the past.
If they love you they’ll love you for who you are.
It’s better to relax in a comfort zone with someone who knows and loves every part you than pretend to be something you’re not.