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This isn’t about the “third date rule” on when to get physical with your partner! This rule is all about what to do if you’re not feeling a connection with the person you’re dating by the third date.

If you’ve been out on three dates with the same person and you’re just not sure if you’re feeling it, move on. It shouldn’t take that long to discover if you’re attracted to someone or not. Sure they may be witty, charming, nice, sweet, yet if you’re just no convinced they’re the one for you, move on. There’s no point in continuing to date someone if the chemistry isn’t there. They may be the sweetest guy in the world or the nicest girl, but if it doesn’t get your engines going by now it probably won’t ever. Don’t get stuck with someone where you don’t think there’s long term potential. Some people stay in relationships because there’s nothing better to do. If it’s not fulfilling to you, get out and find someone who is. couple-talking-indoors-1443817

Don’t try to so hard to make it work. The more time you spend with Mr./Mrs. Wrong is the less time you have to find Mr./Mrs. Right. After three dates neither party should be too emotionally invested. It’s either to break it off now versus dragging it out longer and breaking hearts. If you’re not sure by date three, be polite and let them know they’re just not the one for you. You should be fully into someone to keep dating them. Be courteous and hopefully you can still gain a friendship from it. Never burn bridges or drag it out to the point where you just can’t stand the site of the other person.

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