Too many people see dating as an endgame, in which they must score their goal of finding a partner as fast as possible and getting frustrated in the process.
Have the self-confidence to listen and learn while also having companionship, recreation, and entertainment. Going to dinner, a movie, or even for a walk with a person gives you a window into another person’s view of life, his/her background, and experiences. Too much focus on whether this person is “The One” and how he/she is reacting to you will inevitably keep you single.
Lately, many of the singles I speak to are dating A LOT leaving less than 5% of those dates with any real potential connection and they are more than ready to step up the quality of their dates over the quantity.
Be very choosy. Love may come, but meanwhile, you can still have a lot of great dates with people who are interesting, fun, or both.
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