Dating tips and articles
Maintaining your sense of self, friendships and passions keeps you balanced and also makes you a more desirable partner.
Intuition is like a gift from the universe - so don't ignore the feeling in your gut that tells you something isn't right about the seemingly cool guy you just met.
Keep those eyes open and listen to your inner self.
This happens for two reasons: 1)She’s on her best behavior. EVERY SINGLE WOMAN we’ve ever asked says that confidence is a deal-breaker when it comes to choosing a guy. It typically helps to practice just talking to women you don’t already know.
I know you’re not a movie star, but don’t lose the lesson.
We love the idea of writing down all of the qualities you are looking for - and releasing it to the universe!
It's about finding the puzzle piece you fit with and the Ernie to your Bert.4.
There are red flags that are annoying, and red flags that are Molotov cocktails waiting to burn your life down. A beautiful and kind woman with an annoying laugh may be tough on a long car ride, but at least she thinks you’re funny. If you’re a sports junkie who has season tickets to the Celtics, do you want a woman who hates basketball and wants you home every night? Don't make the classic mistake of thinking, "She's beautiful. Dating is one of those things that we’re supposed to be good at with no practice and no detailed feedback. The easiest way to improve your dating skills is to take a female friend to lunch and talk her through your last date -- your clothes, your venue choice, your conversation, your end of date approach.
2) He isn’t self-aware enough to say, “I can’t/won’t ever give up my love of the Celtics. ” Yes, you have to compromise some, but get the important cards on the table early and stick to them. While you’re standing together waiting for a table, for example, lean into her a little bit (Be subtle! (Join a group, go, and be friendly.) But being really good at something that you can talk about is a shortcut to confidence.