A man doesn’t deserve you if he only sees you when it’s convenient for him, has you paying for most of your dates and doesn’t do what he says.
Being selective reinforces positive feelings and gives you better dating experiences.
Dating Advice #5: Don’t be yourself If being yourself hasn’t gotten you asked out on subsequent dates or captured a man’s heart, act like a person you want to attract.
For instance, if you have a hard time trusting men yet want a man who is trustworthy, work on your issues with trust.
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 keep seeing him hoping that he’ll change his mind, you’ll waste precious time and regret that you didn’t believe him.
You’ll be able to hold a clear vision, stay the course, trust in the outcome and let the universe bring you who you’re supposed to be with.
Dating Advice #3: Embrace your single status If you hate being single, you may come across as too eager and desperate, which scares good men away.
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.
Women who initiate contact are left wondering why they have a hard time attracting and dating masculine men.
Get into the right frame of mind, open your heart and lighten your load.
Working through and releasing negative energy prepares you for a better dating experience.
Determine the qualities and traits you’d like in your ideal man, and work on embodying those within yourself.