I know your friends and family want to give you advice because you’re single. We get that they want to help you because they love you. It could be a little annoying, but before dismiss ALL the advice, you need to choose which advice you want to take and from whom.
If your single friends want to give you advice on relationships and dating, be objective and see if she has a good track record in that department. Is she in a serious relationship, or engaged right now? And see if she is comfortable in her own skin and is genuinely happy about her relationship.
How about your married friends? Are they happily married? I understand that she sometimes want to vent about her husband, but is she genuinely happy with her marriage?
Don’t ever get involved in a conversation to put down men, relationships, love and marriage! You don’t need any negativity to fight off when you’re trying to find the love for yourself.
Here is the situation. You had a great and intimate date with a man. You were so excited about a possible new start of a great relationship! Then, he disappeared. Then, 3 months later, he texted you. What does that mean?
Are you still thinking about him? If so, you didn’t go out on enough dates.
Here is the thing. He contacted you now, not because he has come to his senses and wants to start a relationship with you, but because he was lonely and looking for a date to occupy his time!
Do you see the difference?
Don’t waste any time thinking about him because he is a wrong guy for you. He won’t give you what you want, which is a committed, serious relationship! You’re supposed to be out there actively looking for the one for you. Don’t waste any time on THE WRONG GUY!
Did you have a bad date, and you’re still feeling down and not enjoying your weekend? Here are some tips that could help you to get over it.
It’s not you. You didn’t do anything wrong! It has nothing to do with what you did or what you said during the date. So don’t replay what happened in your mind over and over and beat yourself up! Stop that, right now.
The date didn’t go well because, simply, he was not the right man for you. Remember, you’re out there looking for only one right man. Don’t overthink it and make it more complicated than it actually is.
I know you know this, but I’ll tell you anyway. Not all dates are good, and it’s okay. It’s just another lesson learned to get to the right man for you.
You’re out there to find THE ONE. It sounds simple because you don’t need to impress all men, but it sounds difficult because, how would you find only one person among all those men around you?
The only thing you can do is that you just have to present yourself as YOU and see if a guy in front of you is right for you.
Hi! And welcome back.
I am going to talk about the importance of breaking out from your group.
When you go out with your girlfriends, make sure to step away from your group some time during the evening! It will give guys an opportunity to talk to you one-on-one.
You might feel like you’re leaving your girls behind because girls must stick together, right?
But, remember, a couple is always one-on-one!
After all, you’re trying to find love to build a future with one man.
Don’t be afraid to be away from your group and be by yourself.
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Do you want to move on from your last breakup?
First of all, let’s think about the reason why you’re still hanging onto it.
You might be wishing you knew the real reason why he disappeared. You might wanted he could give you some type of closure. You think you can move on if you knew the truth.
Okay, let’s think about this.
You see my point?
Why would you let HIM be the one who can decide YOU can move on?
Shouldn’t you be the one who decide how your life is going to lead?
There are things that you cannot know, and they should not stop you from moving forward.
You just have to decide that you are moving on from the past.
I know you won’t get over it over night.
So you could go get drunk, go to a spa, hang out with your friends, go to Vegas, or whatever, but it’s going to only a temporary distraction. If you didn’t make a decision that you’re moving on after those things, you will be at the same place again.
You can make today is the day that you are no longer facing the past, but the future.
I’m going to share 3 Key Points to upgrade your profile today!
Point 1. Get to the point quickly! When he read the first sentence, he needs to be able to picture your personality. Then, go into details, but make it short up so that he can read it by scrolling down once. Don’t write it so long that he needs to keep scrolling down, scrolling down, scrolling down not to get to the bottom… Even though you feel good about your literature, he won’t read it. Once he notices that it’s too long, he will close your profile without reading anything at all.
Point 2. If you want responses, make it no-brainer for them to write back to you! Ask a simple question so that he can write back to you. If you like cooking, ask if he likes cooking too. It makes it easier for them to respond. If he likes cooking, you two can have a conversation about your favorite recipes.
Point 3. If you want to say that you enjoy travel, don’t just list the countries that you’ve ever been to. Describe your experience and why you liked them. List your top 3 and make sure you don’t write a tourist guide. Additionally, if you want your future partner to join you in what you love doing, make sure you put that in your profile too so that they can imagine how the experience would be like together.
4th of July is around the corner.
In New York City, there will be fireworks on the East River.
When I was single, I hated any holidays because it reminded me how lonely I was when many couples are celebrating holidays together.
Feeling lonely is something you want to avoid, isn’t it?
There are so many ways to avoid that feeling.
Long phone calls with your girlfriends, hanging out at bars, trying new restaurants, spending long hours at work, working on weekends, going to parties and getting drunk, looking for events you feel you belong somewhere or to someone.
Feeling sad or lonely is not all bad because it reminds you why you are trying to find love.
When you go home after a long day at work, isn’t what you want someone who hugs you and tells you something sweet and comforting so that you feel better?
Don’t you want to go to friends’ BBQ parties as a couple so you don’t have to convince yourself that you’re okay being single?
Don’t be afraid to those feelings!
So, what you going to do about it?
Which is more effective to meet good guys; online or offline?
The answer is both works and neither works.
It’s like a riddle, but I can’t say which is more effective.
I married my husband whom I met online, and I know many couples met online too. And there are couples who met offline and they’re happily married.
It’s not about HOW you meet him, but how committed you are to finding love!
But being married has nothing to do with it. You can still be independent, remain strong and keep your career and being married.
So, ask yourself WHY you wanted to find the guy to have a serious relationship in the first place.
Isn’t it because you wanted to have more fulfilled life with someone you love and you’re loved by that man? A relationship where you are cherished and adored as a woman? A family that you’ve always wanted?
Imagine how you feel when you finally have that in your life. Then, being single is no longer a choice for you to choose.
Being a dating and relationship coach, I get asked the same questions over and over.
“Where can I meet guys? Where are they?”
Well, here is the thing.
I walked around Manhattan today, and I saw dozen and dozen of nice-looking, handsome, well-dressed single men all over the place.
During lunch time, they were picking up lunches, sitting in the park, enjoying their time away from the office. Around 3 in the afternoon, they are going to Starbucks for a coffee break!
It’s not the issue of where you can find men, but where you can find YOUR KIND OF MEN, right?
Many single women are seeing this in a wrong direction.