After 8 months of dating

Kate Taylor, dating expert for match, said: “While each relationship moves at its own pace, daters are often reassured by comparing their experiences with others’.

You’ve been boyfriend/girlfriend for six months and he hasn’t said “I love you.” You’ve been a couple for a year and a half and he’s never hinted at a future.Instances like these are incredibly common – more common than healthy relationships, to tell the truth – and you rightfully want to know if you should stick around or if you should bail.You’ve been dating him for two weeks and you feel electric chemistry.You’ve been sleeping with him for three months and you’re not sure you’re exclusive.Over a third (36 per cent) said that it would take one month or less for them to get dressed or undressed with the lights on.

British daters also see 144 days as the perfect time to embark on a more modern dating milestone: updating their social media relationship status (157 days).We always advise daters to ‘love your imperfections’. The right partner for you will love you for the naked truth, inside AND out.” To view Match’s new #Love Your Imperfections commercial, visit https://One of the most frequent questions I receive is about your frustration with the entire dating process and understanding what’s going through the minds of men.A third of Brits (33 per cent) will have their first conversation about their long-term future within a year, whilst the big commitment milestones of engagement bling, wedded bliss and babies all happen after the first year.The average couple gets engaged after two years (743 days), marries after just over three (1190 days) and has a family after almost four years of dating (1422 days).While you’ve made up your mind about him – you love him, and you think he’s the one – you still aren’t confident that your relationship will endure.