Honeymoon Phase

Definition - What does Honeymoon Phase mean?

In relationships, the honeymoon phase refers to the period where everything's good and coming up roses. It is when partners still view each other with rose-colored glasses. One's partner can do no wrong. Each perceived flaw is human and tolerable. Each quirk is cute. The honeymoon phase is the time when each partner still can't get enough of each other. There is generally lots of sex, dating, and conversations within the relationship.

Kinkly explains Honeymoon Phase

The honeymoon phase, as its name suggests, is just a phase. On average, it lasts a quarter to half a year. One's lucky if it lasts for a year. It is important to be aware of this. Being conscious about one's honeymoon phase makes transitioning to the realities of a relationship easier. One has to realize that it's not all chocolates and roses. The human flaw or quirk that one noticed during the phase may become bothersome after the honeymoon. Learn to grow together and accept each other's humanity.

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