Practical dating tips
If you have a hard time being vulnerable and want a man who communicates openly, you will want to become more vulnerable.
Remember, you attract who you are, not what you want.
Determine the qualities and traits you’d like in your ideal man, and work on embodying those within yourself.
Dating Advice #6: Set the pace and standards If you’re tired of meeting men who try to rush you into intimacy, bring back the genteel days of being wooed.
This approach increases the probability of turning your dates into a promising relationship Dating Advice #7: Be selective about who gets to go out with you You are a prize.
Instead of going out with just any man who asks you out, be selective. A man deserves to date you if he makes you a priority in his life, calls when he says he’s going to, communicates in between the times you see each other, makes time to see you and treats you well.
This can also cloud your vision from seeing red flags because you’re fixated on being in a relationship.
Being selective reinforces positive feelings and gives you better dating experiences.
Stop dating if you’re burned out, in the wrong mindset or carrying residual baggage from the past.
When you’re not having fun, the heavy energy of disappointment and skepticism will repel high quality men, reinforcing all of the reasons why you don’t like dating.
This means developing and sticking to a dating strategy.
When you stick to your strategy, you won’t be as tempted to hang out with good-looking bad boys, and you won’t get sidetracked by the wrong relationships.
The path your friend has taken may be more direct while your path may have more forks in the road. It’s my experience that the path with the forks in the road gives you a richer, more dimensional experience.