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Stage 3: “Enlightenment” and Becoming a Couple During this stage of a relationship, hormones are calming down and reality sets in. Trust is stronger and more intimacies may be shared at this stage as couples take away some of their “best face” and allow themselves to act more naturally and relaxed.Both halves of a couple will notice weaknesses and differences or flaws.Pushing for an answer; however, may cause real problems in the relationship.Each person needs to listen to their own inner voice and wisdom.At this stage of the relationship, couples will take note of the differences and may even begin to complain or attempt to problem-solve.As intimacy develops between the two people, more self-disclosure emerges, both verbally and nonverbally as couples act in ways that are more like how they are in their daily life.you spend all your time together, you do "couple things" like going out for dinner and to the cinema, you pet fight with each other and hang out at each other's house - yet, when the gals ask "sooo... " Even though it is blatantly obvious, you say "nope".
Early attraction often involves the physical attributes of the partner and include things like outward appearance, body type, interests and personality traits.
Differences are normal and couples will learn about themselves and their relationship as they note how they handle these differences with each other.
This is also an important stage for couples to use to evaluate the relationship and their ability to be part of an emotionally intelligent relationship.
The intervening stage between "casually shagging" and relationship status.
Like, you both know you are more than a "friend with benefits"...