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You no longer act super happy to see each other after a day of work, you're fighting more than you did before (or you never argued before and now you are all the time), and something doesn't feel right.
Couples should definitely move in together when they feel like the time is right, whether it's six months or even less time, or two years. You can be sure that things will continue in this great, happy direction when you've been dating someone for six months and you're either planning to cohabitate or are talking about it.
Or perhaps you're the one pushing it off because you're not actually sure that this guy is the one for you. Most girls do this thing with their first love that is almost too easy to do: make everything about their boyfriend, talk about him 24/7, try to see him all the time, and forget who they were before the relationship.
They don't do the things that they used to and forget about any hobbies or interests. You haven't forgotten the things that you love and you're still doing what you were before. Now you have an amazing person in your life who cares about you and who you care about, and you two are having a great time together.
Are you constantly dropping his name into conversations and acting like you have a perfect relationship?
Couples need to be in sync in terms of when to make the relationship official, when they feel that it's best to meet each other's families, and when they start spending more time together than just two dates a week.
When you and your boyfriend are on the same page about every relationship milestone, it's a really good sign that things are going to work out.
When this doesn't happen, it spells trouble, and it bodes the question, "Why not?
" Maybe your boyfriend hasn't been interested in meeting your family and friends and he's the one who has been reluctant.