This isn't about judging anyone's relationship choice, it's more about making one that's good for you.
Rushing into a relationship often comes out of a low or volatile self-esteem, which is then exacerbated by the relationship. Seth Meyers tells e Harmony: "Simply put, people who feel good about and proud of the overall package they are don’t feel the need to rush because they don’t have emotional holes they’re looking to fill." So it's good to keep an eye out on how the relationship is progressing, as it can be a sign whether or not you're getting involved for the right reasons and ensure that you're not getting into a relationship that's going to damage your self-esteem in the long run.
Remember, healthy boundaries shouldn’t restrict your ability to: Even healthy relationships can use a boost now and then.
You may need a boost if you feel disconnected from your partner or like the relationship has gotten stale.
It's hard to tell if you're moving too fast in a relationship.If so, find a fun, simple activity you both enjoy, like going on a walk, and talk about the reasons why you want to be in the relationship.Then, keep using healthy behaviors as you continue dating.Remember these activities aren’t about necessarily finding someone, but rather putting you into the mood to be open and ready to meet someone new.If you really believe that packing your bags and leaving is your best option to find love—first make sure that it’s not the only reasons you’re leaving.