In getting to know one another more intimately, there will also be some changes in some of the topics that are appropriate to discuss.
You may, at this point, begin to get to know your potential partner at a more deeply spiritual level.
Even at this stage in the relationship, there is still no reason or need for the two of you to be alone in one of your apartments together.
For the sake of purity, be very careful about how and where you spend time together.
You can share testimonies, talk more deeply about who you are, goals, hopes for your life's ministry (should the Lord tarry and give you many more years).
As I've mentioned before, you should also discuss things like important theological issues and where you're comfortable going to church — to make sure the two of you are basically on the same page.
That said, it is still dangerous to spend time together alone in a private setting.
Once that period ends however, they often move on to someone new to replicate the feelings and emotions experienced during the previous relationship.
It is the “high” of the honeymoon that causes them to jump from one dating experience or relationship experience to another.
If you currently dating someone who you suspect may have fears of intimacy, the five signs mentioned here may help you to better understand what you are dealing with.
Keep in mind that men and women can have fears of intimacy, including people who are straight and gay.