Things to do when you first start dating witty dating profiles

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This article was co-authored by Sarah Schewitz, Psy D.

When you talk to someone really, really often, perhaps by texting back and forth with them all day, the conversation can approach you filling them in on what's happening to you, or what you're thinking about, in real time.

It's okay to share more fine-grained information with a good friend or partner because, since they're close to you, they're generally open in hearing about it.

They want a window into your head and to be included in your world.

Maybe the same material would be tedious if it was coming from a stranger, but it's coming from you, their good buddy/significant other, so they find it interesting.

If someone is close to you they want to know what's going on in your life, and how you're feeling about it.

When they hear that they can have things to say by elaborating on the details of their lives, or the little things going on in their heads, some people reply with, "I don't feel like I have anything worth mentioning." They think their job is uneventful and boring, or that their thoughts and opinions aren't interesting. It could be a drama or a comedy, but either way you've got to wring some entertainment out of your day-to-day routine.

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