You wouldn’t cook a pot roast on high in the microwave, right? You wouldn’t try to quickly cook something meant to simmer slowly, right? Well, a relationship can be just as tough as a pot roast. And relationships require a little more than a simple set and forget. Ever had a pot roast for Sunday dinner that had been started to cook early on the morning in preparation for later that day? It was tender, mouthwatering, and outright delicious right? Now imagine trying to rush cook that same meat. It would be tough and hard to digest. Apply this same process to your dating. When you meet someone, take the time to get to know them before taking things too far. Take time to season your new union, let the oven pre-heat and cook slowly. In the brown-nosing stage, everything your new mate does will be observed through rose colored glasses. Give your union some time for real life to set in. Observe how you handle life issues as a couple and determine if you want to make a go at long term. It is so easy to fall quick and hard for the idea of someone you “think” you’ve met.
So, invest in a dating crock pot and set it to low. You’ll be in store for a slow cook, but the outcome will be juicy and tender.
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