When a relationship is going well there will come a time when you suspect that it’s time to take things up to another level. How do you know when you’re ready to move in with your Russian woman though?
Relationships are complex at the best of times, but there is nothing like that exhilarating rush of adrenaline and contentment that comes from being in a stable and loving relationship.
Perhaps the ultimate acknowledgment of – and commitment to – a relationship comes when it’s time to consider living together. It adds different stresses to a partnership but can also take your relationship with that special Russian woman to a whole new level. It feels final and strong, but it’s a big step.
So what signs should you look out for that will tell you that you’re ready to move in with your Russian woman?
Spending many days and nights together
In most relationships, couples will spend a huge amount of time together as things become serious. You will find yourselves together at one and other’s house more often than you’re apart and staying over one night of the week will turn in to two nights, three nights, and so on.
Eventually, there will come a time when it’s time to move in permanently with each other under the one roof. If you’re already at the stage we mention above where you’re spending several days and nights together each week, it’s a sure sign that you’re both ready for the next step.
Your Russian woman drops hints
It may be that your partner has long been thinking of moving in together, even if you haven’t. It’s worth paying extra attention to what she says and how she says it. If she’s saying things like “I love staying with you” or similar on a regular basis, it may be exploring just what she means by it. She could be hinting about moving in on a more permanent basis.
The relationship is ready for the next step
Often, it won’t be possible for couples to experience living together until they actually are. You may live a long way apart from your Russian woman, or work and daily routines prohibit you from spending considerable amounts of time together. If you feel your relationship is really strong and that leaving each other when you meet is increasingly difficult, it may be time to consider moving in together.