Being selective reinforces positive feelings and gives you better dating experiences.Dating Advice #8: Cut ties early on If you’re looking for a long-term commitment and the guy you like says he isn’t looking for anything serious, believe him.
If you’re having a hard time being single or feeling badly that you haven’t found that special man, it’s okay.
Take this time to embrace and enjoy your single status so that you can learn the lessons needed in order to move forward and create the love you desire.
For instance, if you have a hard time trusting men yet want a man who is trustworthy, work on your issues with trust.
If you have a hard time being vulnerable and want a man who communicates openly, you will want to become more vulnerable.
I love the idea that we can control our dating lives more than we realize — and I have heard the point about being who you want to attract from some very wise souls out there. Modern dating rules have become complicated, as the role of men and women are blurred.
Anyone can ask anyone out, no one knows who is supposed to pay, or if a date is really a date or just a hook up.
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.
Get into the right frame of mind, open your heart and lighten your load.
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.
When you let a man woo you, you learn if he is looking for a fling or is interested in getting to know all of who you are for a long-term relationship.
Remember, you attract who you are, not what you want.