We’ve all been on bad first dates. Are there any common themes? Here are seven things not to do on a first date. Whether you have chemistry or not, avoiding these things will help make the date a better experience.
Have you ever gone to a steak house on a first date? When Jaycie had dinner with a former Coast Guardsman, she didn’t expect that the date would include being on the receiving end of the Heimlich maneuver!
There’s an ingredient that’s critical to successful dates which could be missing from the disappointing ones you’ve been out on. Guest blogger Robin Treasure identified it during her first few dates with Roberto. It was so wonderfully consequential that she wants other single women to know about it too.
If you’re looking to marry, how do you know if he’s the one? Do some “litmus testing” to find out which qualities he has that you can accept and which ones spell trouble.
For too many people, online dating is a soul-sucking and dehumanizing process. The good news is that there is a way to bring more joy and humanity to dating. Try Mindful Swiping!
You like someone. They like you… maybe. You continue liking this person. This person stops liking you (or never did) and pulls back. You like this person more. Why do your feelings actually grow the less someone is reciprocating those loving feelings?
Being vulnerable can feel risky. It means communicating your true feelings, thoughts, wants and needs. It requires letting go of some control. But the benefit could be the rewarding relationship you’re seeking.
It can be scary to move away from being a people-pleaser. Saying “no” to unwanted dates, sexual acts and relationships is something that many people struggle with. But it’s an essential skill for finding and growing loving relationships that you can develop.
Your mindset is the key to finding love. It sets the tone for how you look at life, how you react to things that happen to you and how successful you are in all endeavors. Dating can be tough. But with a positive mindset, you can find the man of your dreams.
The fear of rejection can be the number one hurdle to finding and creating fulfilling relationships. But it doesn’t have to be. Instead of being stymied by it, you can turn rejection into a catalyst for finding self-actualization and love. Here’s how.
Men on the dating app you’re using catch your eye. You swipe right and message them, but don’t hear back. It can be so frustrating! Why don’t men reply? Here are some of the reasons.
Even the most successful, confident, attractive, self-aware, and sociable people have insecurities about their lovability. Deep-seated shame can make dating and relationships difficult no matter who you are. Fortunately, there are ways to overcome shame and develop unbreakable love for yourself and others.