Controlling people do not do well making a relaxed branzino on a Tuesday night.
" If both sides can express this, and then discuss what they say, and really hear each other, the fight might be over sooner rather than later. I wouldn't suggest that this happens in the first few months, unless your partner's parents live down the street from them, or you live with your parents, or some similar arrangement. Point is, it's a good idea to go to a big family or friend gathering with your partner in the first year.And, much more likely than not, you'll have a great time. This is mostly because it is incredibly fun, and the trips I've taken with lovers stand out in my mind as bright, shiny days and weeks full of sunny mornings and candlelit evenings that I remember well — the smells of a beach or the light of a late afternoon walk stay with me, emblazoned in my memory deeper than the sweet day-to-days of life.I also think it's worth traveling with a partner in the first year of dating because you'll learn a hell of a lot about each other.But even though we all have different takes on how to go about showing up for romance every day, there are definitely some things that every couple should do before they celebrate their first anniversary.As I compiled this list, I went back through my own relationships and thought of things I've done — or didn't do — in the first year with someone. Here are 9 things I believe every couple should do together in the first year of dating.You'll learn a lot about your partner by strapping on your seatbelt beside them on a plane.