By Andrea Surujnauth
Shailene Woodley got cozy with her White Bird in a Blizzard costar Shiloh Fernandez during the Sundance Film Festival in Utah. A source told UsMagazine.com, “They danced until 2 a.m. and ended up making out at the end of the night.” Woodley and Fernandez play each other’s love interest in White Bird in a Blizzard and apparently that rings true both on screen and off. In between the sweet smooches, Woodley was also promoting another movie called Spectacular Now with costars Brie Larson and Miles Teller. Woodley is on a role this year, she also has two more movies that she will be starring in. The Amazing Spiderman 2, where she will be playing the role of Mary Jane Watson, along with her fourth movie which will be a thriller called Divergent. We wish Shailene Woodley all the best with her numerous upcoming movies and her new love interest.
How do you know when to go public with your relationship?
How do you know when it is an appropriate time to introduce your new love interest to the friends and family? Is it too soon to let the public know about your new beau? Cupid is here to help you figure out what your next move should be:
1. Make sure you are both on the same page: Figure out titles before going public. Be sure that your sweetheart is planning to stick around before making anything public. You don’t want to have to face the awkward “oh we’re not together anymore” after only a month of spreading the news. Unfortunately this means that you will have to have the “where do we stand” talk. If you feel it is too soon for that talk then it is too soon to go public.
2. Make sure the relationship is stable enough: Making things public will definitely add more pressure to your relationship. Make sure you are both ready for the pressures and are secure enough together to handle it.
3. Listen to your true feelings: If you do not feel ready to make your relationship public, or if you feel like you’re having second thoughts, then do not go through with it. This could be because you do not see yourself in a long term relationship with this person. They may just be a fling or a friend or maybe you just need more time. Make sure you are 100% sure that you see yourself in a relationship with the other person before letting everyone know about it.
How do you know when the time is right to make your relationship public? Comment below and let us know!
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