The first kiss my boyfriend and I shared as friends-who-now-know-they-like-each-other was nothing short of terrifying. I pulled him into what I thought would be a sweeping, spark-filled smooch and he just stood there, hardly moving. The rest of the date was even more catastrophic. We nervously drank too much and watched Sweet Home Alabama on his bed without looking at each other. I was convinced we had no chemistry and that I ruined a perfectly-great friendship. All to say: I have been there.
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Think about it: Someone you like and enjoy feels the same way about you. What could feel better than that, right? But even if both parties are on the same page feelings-wise, it's still important to maintain decorum because, no matter how into each other you are, there are still some right and wrong ways to begin any new relationship that can ruin the whole thing. We chatted with psychologist and relationship expert Kelly Campbell, Ph.
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What in the hell is this world coming to when it comes to dating? Why did our generation start this talking stage as a prime source of dating? What even is the talking stage? The talking stage sucks in a relationship. So, basically, we're going through the struggle of a relationship without the official relationship.