Please imagine a couple who have gotten familiar recently are facing some problems in their relationship. Most of the times, they argue over some unimportant matters, but they also can get along and solve all the problems. Once, they are walking outside and the woman asks the man for his opinion about their recent misunderstandings. In such a case in our language there is a very common sentence that the man can say:
This is quite normal. We have just gotten familiar with each other and have a very superficial recognition of each other.
Does this sentence make sense to you? If not, I wonder if you could let me know how a native would convey that message using the critical word "superficial"?
Thank you in advance.