7 Cheesy New Couple Habits You Seriously Need To Break 

7 Cheesy New Couple Habits You Seriously Need To Break 

Let me ask you a question. Do you guys have nicknames for each other that could put your future children to shame? If yes, then welcome, this article is for you. Don’t find this offending as this could mean you really need to change and these cliche couple habits you guys seriously need to drop. You may not realize this now, but Those Are Annoying.

Okay, I get it. You’re excited and in love. You’re also making everyone else around you gag.

Look, I know love is grand. And, if it’s your first time falling in love or it’s been an eon since you’ve met someone you actually wanted to see again– I get it. You want to share. You’re excited– and I’m excited for you.


These days, sharing every monotonous second of your new relationship is much easier than it used to be. You can Instagram your morning coffee together. You can post 4,627 photo memes about “finally meeting the one.” You can share EVERYTHING ABOUT THEM.

And… I’m saying this because I care about you. I want you to still have friends. I want the world to still enjoy your unique gifts.

So, if you’ve just fallen in love, or really, really big LIKE– quit doing this crap, immediately. If you want to avoid being totally obnoxious and actually still have friends who can tolerate you, here are the cheesy new couple habits that you need to stop doing ASAP.

7 cheesy new couple habits to STOP immediately!

1. You Ditch Your People

You take “only having eyes for each other” to a new extreme by rarely seeing your friends and family. If your people are starting to say things like, “how are you? We never see you anymore.” it’s a strong sign that you’re ditching everyone to hang out with captain wonderful.

Whether you end up at the altar or weeping uncontrollably into a beer, at the very least you’re going to need shoulders to cry on and/or bridesmaids and groomsmen in the future. So keep up with your OTHER relationships. Many a friendship has been lost because someone ditched all their friends for their new relationship.

Don’t be that person. After your breakup, you don’t want to have to deal with the fact that your friends have moved on too.

Read: 6 Toxic Relationship Habits Most People Think Are Normal

2. You Ramble On and On About Your New Flame

When you do come up for air and see your friends and family, it’s cool to dish a bit about how excited you are. Your people should be happy for you. However, don’t overshare and ramble on and on about how amazing Sally is and how you knew you were going to marry her the second you locked eyes over your fettuccine Alfredo during your first date at The Olive Garden.

Don’t be the person who won’t shut up about your flame to the point that everyone around you wishes that you would go back to being incommunicado. Let other people get a word in. You care about them too, remember?

3. You Overshare on Social Media

This is really the new age version of rambling on about your new flame. It’s worth mentioning since there has been a significant backlash against couples oversharing on social media— and for good reason— it’s damn annoying when people post every nauseating detail of their relationships complete with 264 gooey selfies.

Some of the most shared images and articles in the relationship genre lately have all been about people oversharing because everyone else thinks you should get a room. As a guideline, a cute comment or photo every once in a while is okay, but think before you post. If in doubt, CUT IT OUT.

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Elizabeth Stone

Elizabeth Stone is a coach, author and founder of Attract The One. Tirelessly focused on helping people improve their love lives, her work has been featured on EHarmony Blog, Thought Catalog, Tiny Buddha, Your Tango, Mogul, Fox News Magazine, Ravishly, Femalista, Popsugar, Read Unwritten, Medium, Steemit, She Knows and many more.View Author posts