Relationship Comfort Zones

How long does it take for you enter the “comfort zone” when you’re in a new relationship? According to a new survey, it takes most couples about seven and a half months. Here are the Top 10 biggest signs you are comfortable in your relationship:

  1. Letting your significant other take care of you when you’re sick – 73%
  2. Not wearing make-up – 63%
  3. Crying – 63%
  4. Snoring – 60%
  5. Showering at their place – 59%
  6. Leaving the door open while using the bathroom – 56%
  7. Not shaving – 55%
  8. Being naked around the house – 55%
  9. Sleeping in a hair wrap – 40%
  10. Wearing a retainer to bed – 34%

The survey also explored how long, on average, into the relationship it took for these “firsts” to happen:

  1. Sex -- 4 months and 17 days
  2. Sleep in same bed -- 4 months and 21 days
  3. Shower at the other’s place -- 4 months and 29 days
  4. Cry in front of partner -- 5 months and 24 days
  5. Sit in silence without it being awkward -- 5 months and 27 days
  6. Talk about your time of the month -- 6 months and 13 days
  7. Be naked around the house -- 6 months and 18 days
  8. Share a deep secret -- 6 months and 19 days
  9. Let your partner take care/see you when you’re sick -- 6 months and 21 days
  10. Use the bathroom with the door open -- 6 months and 24 days
  11. Pass gas in front of partner -- 6 months and 25 days
  12. Talk about marriage/kids -- 7 months and 1 day
  13. Go on vacation together -- 7 months and 7 days
  14. Share a password -- 7 months and 17 days
  15. Share a Netflix/Hulu account -- 7 months and 24 days

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