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This post is from Dating Without Drama and Paige Parker whose advice is always fabulous.
Paige also has a few male dating experts who provide great insight into how men think. ) This is a great post with advice on why you don’t want to share too much when you are just getting to know a new guy.
One woman I know was on a “marriage or bust plan” that pretty much scared away every guy for years.2. That’s why my advice is – hold off a little while so you don’t scare the guy away.
Talking about what guys did/do wrong Who wants to listen to some pre-relationship nagging? ******Dating Without Drama is a website dedicated to providing relationship advice for women, from articles and guides about how to find the right man to books on dating.
These expectations may be based on your family history, influence of your peer group, your past experiences, or even ideals portrayed in movies and TV shows.
Wants include the things you think you'd like in a partner, including occupation, intellect, and physical attributes such as height, weight, and hair color.
I’m not running around hugging trees and braiding daisies into my hair, but I honestly believe that we would all struggle a lot less with dating and relationships if we lived in a perfect world where each and every one of us were told from a young age that we were beautiful, special and had unique gifts to offer the world – and to the person with whom we would eventually share our life.
Just follow my simple 5 tips to make yourself IRRESISTIBLY APPROACHABLE to the opposite sex:1. You can’t attract someone special if they can’t find you. When you take pride in your appearance, your posture will straighten up, you’ll feel more confident, and you’ll be much more likely to make eye contact, smile, and possibly even strike up a conversation with someone new. So wipe that scowl off your face, curb the cynicism, and radiate the most positive energy you can muster.4. When someone wants to meet you, they’ll usually look for any reason under the sun to strike up a conversation. That doesn’t mean that you have to let the opportunity pass you by.
However, retaining many of these unrealistic expectations can make any potential partner seem inadequate and any new relationship feel disappointing.
Even if certain traits may appear to be crucially important to you at first, over time you'll often find that you've been needlessly limiting your choices.
Thanks for returning to read day four of the Valentine’s Day Blog-a-thon.
Today’s guest blogger is Paige Parker, one of the leading dating coaches for women on the Web.