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Woman Shared ‘72-Hour Dating Rule’ For A Happier Life

A woman follows a 72-hour dating rule in her life and after sharing it she has gone viral. Lottie Henderson shared her 72-hour dating rule on her social media that helps her to prevent getting into heated conversations about things that do not matter and focus on what matters.

And when it comes to relationships it is important to put effort but putting effort for the wrong person is carelessness. Though you do not who is the right person at the beginning and you have to give some time. Thus, Lottie shared her 72-hour dating rule that will help you save time and find the right person as well. And save you from disagreements, hurt and anger.

In the video, she explained: “The72-hour rule, listen up. If it doesn’t matter after 72 hours, it never did. If you don’t feel the need to react after 72 hours – don’t. And if somebody knows you’re hurting and hasn’t been in contact within 72 hours, then they don’t care.” And within some time, her video went viral with over 500,000 views and 55,000 likes.

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Many commented on her video appreciating her video and suggestion and even thanked her. One person wrote: “Love this! So, wish I had heard this in my teens/the early twenties! After 25 my life is so much happier living by this!” Another thanked her and wrote: “Thanks. Will apply this rule.”

Others loved it and commented: “Love it.” Someone else admitted that they just needed to hear it from someone else and commented: “I needed to hear this. Thank you.” Others branded it a “good rule” and “great advice”. A person shared their own rule of relationship with everyone on the same video in the comments and shared: “Five by five rule. If it’s not going to hurt in five years, then don’t spend more than five minutes being upset by it. Works a dream.”

Well, we have two rules that we can try in relationships and see if it works or not? Hope this helps in relationships and help us find the right person for companionship and you do not spend much time on the wrong person.