When you've just started dating someone and it shows promise — and you are in that weird grey area between "Everything you say surprises and delights me!" and "I could draw your balls from memory" — there is no real indicator of how you are supposed to conduct yourself, or what you should expect from the person, really, on Valentine's Day.
By just keeping an eye open for signs that will tell whether or not he wants to make the most of your time and company without you having to force him to.Dating is where time is spent together getting to know each other.If he makes no effort to meet you for a date, even if it is at his favorite spot, it means that he already knows enough about you or he has no interest in knowing anything more. If he gives hints that he is no longer interested, don’t push it, just move on.This guy I have met, is lovely (or at least appears to be at the moment lol).We have been on 2 dates, only a couple of days apart and we are going on our 3rd date next week!Nothing is written in stone when it comes to relationship and dating, in fact everything you will kind of have to figure out as you go along.If you find that you are not letting your hair down around your dating partner then chances are you might be ignoring a few dating red flags.I'm not saying that I will, but some pointers would be a great help! or what can you do to ensure this guy/girl is thinking about you?A few ideas on how to save you from a potentially embarrassing and damaging relationship down the line.So here is an expert guide (by "expert" I mean "me," and by "me" I mean "functionally illiterate ferret woman") to what you should expect on Valentine's Day from your new partner, based on how long you've been dating.Less than 5 dates: Awkward dancing around the approaching holiday and more or less not acknowledge it at all.