If this last year was a total bust when it comes to your dating life, then today’s video might be the most important one you watch.
If you’ve ever experienced…
- Multiple dates ending in total disappointment.
- Great guys passing you by without so much as a second glance.
- Promising relationships that quickly fizzled and went nowhere.
- Men quickly losing interest and ending the relationship before it even begins.
… then you might be exhibiting one or more of these 10 immature dating habits.
This coming year is the perfect time to hit the reset button on your dating life.
It’s the perfect time to start fresh.
When you know what mistakes to avoid and you have a proven game plan for success…
You can effortlessly attract the kind of romantic experiences that will make your friends green with envy.
If you only do one thing today make sure you watch this video.
And pay close attention to number 7 on the list!
It’s a HUGE turn off that you’ll want to avoid like the plague.
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1. Passive Communication
If he stays out too late with his buddies, and you show him out it feels by doing the same… then you are guilty of using passive communication. Meaning, to communicate with someone using indirect ways rather than outwardly saying what it is you are feeling. Many people do this in order to avoid confrontation, but it can easily make things worse.
Instead, try a more direct approach and have a real conversation when something is on your mind. I understand that it can be difficult to honestly tell someone how you feel, but it is a much kinder and upfront way to communicate.
2. Thinking you need to be impressed by him.
Many women believe that all they need to do to get a man is to sit back, relax, and let the men come to them… she wants to be impressed by a man. But why doesn’t she have the same expectations for herself?
Take a hard look at all the things you want in a man and in a relationship, and then take a look at yourself. See if you are meeting those same expectations. If you’re not, then start elevating yourself first before setting the expectations for others.
3. Impulse Texting
We used to have time in between dialing a phone number and talking with someone. But now we live in a society where if you want to share your thought or feeling, you can text someone person immediately. This has resulted in a lot dating issues.
When communicating, avoid impulsive responses and over-sharing. Take some time before you send a text to let your emotions and thoughts sink in. Then if it’s still appropriate go ahead and send it. Better yet, give them a call ☺
Dating nowadays can have its crazy points. The vast majority of people that you meet you won’t end up dating seriously. However, if you make plans with someone, you must stick to those plans. Don’t just ghost them and never return their call.
If you don’t see things going anywhere then you need to call them and let them know it’s not going to work out. Courage is critical, especially when your honesty might hurt someone’s feelings. This path is better than ghosting or disappearing on a person.
I’m a firm believer in dating karma. So if you don’t want to be ghosted, don’t ghost other people.
5. Hacking into someone’s phone.
I hope this doesn’t require much of an explanation. Don’t hack into his phone! Please.
6. Threatening to end the relationship.
The worst tactic you can use to get what you want is to threaten to move on from the relationship. This is a very manipulative tactic that will not lead to a healthy long-term relationship.
Be open about what you need and why it is that you need it. In return, you should be able to listen to your partner when they share a concern, need or want. Communication is a two way street.
7. Publicly posting your relationship frustrations on social media.
This is an inappropriate form of communication between you and your partner, and it’s a recipe for relationship disaster.
8. Keeping guys you don’t want romantically in your orbit.
It’s wrong to continuously lead guys on that you’re never going to be interested in romantically. Leading on a guy may bring you short-term validation, but it is very hurtful and immature. You’re stringing him along… keeping his hopes up.
Keep your options open only with the type of people you’re interested in dating. Don’t text someone because you’re feeling lonely and want attention. Text someone because you have good intentions for that person.
9. Comparing your relationship to other people’s relationship.
Every relationship has its ups, downs and messy pieces, but you don’t get to see all of that. What people post online is only a portion of their lives, and it is the happiest and most perfect looking portion. Under the surface there are obstacles that all relationships face. Don’t think that their relationship is any better than yours when you don’t get to see all sides of it.
10. Giving up on a relationship the moment it loses a little bit of steam.
If your 3-6 month relationship starts to lose a bit of steam, don’t freak out. It’s perfectly natural. Relationships develop and change over time. You begin to get comfortable and the initial intense feelings morph into mutual love for one another.
It is a mistake to assume that the magnificent feelings in the earlier stages of dating will remain forever. Instead, a different set of love chemicals enters your body and strengthens the bond you have with your partner.
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