in with a new partner?
If you’re thinking about moving in together, it’s important to get things moving. If you want the relationship to work out, it is best if both of you agree on when and how long you will live together before this happens. Living under one roof doesn’t mean that all problems disappear; instead, they might be exacerbated by proximity and stress levels. So make sure your timing is right and talk about everything: finances (including who’ll pay for what), household chores (who does what?), children or no kids (if either of these is an issue), et cetera — not just sex! It may seem like common sense but never pressurize each other into making decisions too quickly. And always try to resolve any issues as soon as possible so that there aren’t any lingering resentments hanging over the relationship afterwards which could ruin its future chances at success.