Two day rule dating
Or should you follow the 90 day rule presented by Steve Harvey *you know, the guy who made a boo-boo mixing up the Miss Universe winner* in his best-selling book?
Here, we drum up the reasons why you should and shouldn’t wait 90 days before having sex with someone. Why the 90 day rule rocks Many women swear by the 90 day rule, and here’s why they think it rocks. Let’s admit it—there are players out there who are on the prowl for an easy hookup. However, there are those we’d like to call “wolves in sheep’s clothing,” who simply seem insincere about their intentions.
I (F/25) had a quite exceptional first date, in that we adventurously went to 5 bars together and shared a lot to talk about, and is an amazing kisser :) He's 35, divorced with a kid, and we really hit it off.
I haven't heard from him in a few days and I know he's busy with work.
If they have any sense they will have found someone a bit more worthy to go out with – someone who will get in touch with them when it matters.
And if they do respond positively, do you really want to go out with someone who is seemingly needy enough to put their life on hold for three days, waiting for you to call?
[Read: How to have safe sex in every single way possible] #5 You don’t get too attached.
You get to explore what you have in common, and even spend time doing the *non-sexual* things you like doing together. Your mind, body, and heart can play tricks on you, on top of the tricks and mind games that the other person may be playing.
There’s also that electrifying feeling of reaching the finish line that, when the moment indeed comes, is like fireworks.
[Read: Does absence make the heart grow fonder or wander? Waiting for 90 days before having sex with your date allows you to be emotionally, mentally, and physically prepared.
This is because having sex makes two people more attached *thank you, oxytocin*. There’s also a sense of excitement that comes with waiting 90 days.
Therefore, if you have sex earlier than 90 days, there’s a bigger chance that you’ll get too attached before even knowing the real deal about the person. There’s the thrill of the forbidden, as you have made your decision clear with him.
First up is the ever persistent “3 day rule”, which frankly, deserves to be kicked to the kerb forever For anyone unsure (and lucky you if you are unsure) the “3 day rule” is apparently the number of days you should wait before calling someone you’ve been on a date with. Here are 3 really good reasons not to: No one likes a player.