Lack of time…
… Leave this for when there are kids and family. This is the time for you to be all over each other to a point that it annoys your friends and family. The reason why your friends won’t make a big deal about this is because they know it’s perfectly normal.
Lack of sex
The beginning is usually trial and error in a sense that you’re still learning what you both enjoy sexually. This is a fun phase that every new couple should enjoy. As much being intimate with a new partner can be a bit awkward it’s also a time for learning and discovery, which influences how your sex life will be like in the long term.
Because of the excitement of a new union, it’s only natural that you want the honeymoon phase to last for as long as possible. Nobody wants to pick fights or point out what ticks you off about the other person. If your man gives makes it a big deal that you take long to get ready how is he going to survive the rest of relationship?
You don’t want a man who takes a days to respond to your texts or calls, not that early in the relationship. Later in the relationship you might get caught up with family, work and friends, so maintaining good communication can be a problem while juggling all of that.
Issues with honesty
Honesty in general shouldn’t be a problem whether now or later in the relationship. But, if you’re both not honest now you’re building the foundation of your partnership on lies and it’ll only get worse as time goes.
Little to no effort for dates
This is the time for him to be sweeping you off your feet with well-thought out date nights, surprises and gifts. Remember he’s still pursuing you to stay with him so he needs to put in the effort.