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.
Stop dating if you’re burned out, in the wrong mindset or carrying residual baggage from the past.
When you’re not having fun, the heavy energy of disappointment and skepticism will repel high quality men, reinforcing all of the reasons why you don’t like dating.
Instead of going out with just any man who asks you out, be selective. A man deserves to date you if he makes you a priority in his life, calls when he says he’s going to, communicates in between the times you see each other, makes time to see you and treats you well.
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.
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.