From “breadcrumbing” to “zombieing”, singles in 2017 can sometimes sound like they are speaking an entirely different language. Moving slowly and smartly sparks satisfying relationships of trust and true love. Attention Reveals Intention You sit down with someone for dinner at a great table with a gorgeous view.

Speaking of the importance of time, when it comes to cultivating a successful and satisfying relationship, research reveals the value and wisdom of progressing slowly, both emotionally and physically. Patience Is a Virtue, Emotionally and Physically In a sample of 10,932 individuals in unmarried romantic relationships, Willoughby et al.

(2014) found delaying the initiation of sexual activity to be positively related to relationship outcome.[i] Their results provide support for earlier research by Busby et al.

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Relationship development requires both time and attention.