The New Relationship Advice to Start Things Off on the Right Foot

Have you ever gotten butterflies at the start of a new romantic relationship because you like this person so much you just don't want to mess it up? The truth is that if this is the right person for you, there are few ways you could actually mess things up, but it doesn't hurt to have the best new relationship advice on hand anyway. "A new relationship is full of potential, possibilities, and discover—not only of our partners but of ourselves and our needs, wants, and desire," says Andrea Syrtash, a dating and relationship expert and author of He's Just Not Your Type (And That's a Good Thing).

And Carmelia Ray, celebrity matchmaker, online dating expert, and chief dating advisor of WooYou App, agrees that this "honeymoon stage" is an important period in your life. "It's a special time to create unforgettable memories together and a time where many couples feel as if they are falling in love," she explains. With that being said, we asked both experts to divulge the biggest pieces of new relationship advice they give to their clients so they can actually enjoy this period of getting to know each other (and spend less time stressing). As Syrtash says: "Long-term relationships are work, but dating shouldn't feel like it." With that in mind, here are the nine things to keep in mind when you're starting out with a new S.O.