I miss the days of my youth when a guy who was interested in meeting me had to pick up the phone, use a third party delivery system like a friend, or ask my parents if it was okay to go out with me.
Speaking of texting, if you don't do it, you might want to learn ... Especially if you are returning to the dating scene after a long haitus. Or at least be very aware of what you share online - especially in the social media arena. no more waiting "three days" after a date to contact your new love interest. If you had an amazing first date, text them the next day and let them know...I have had the experience of being both the dater and the coach.The rules of conduct are seemingly made up by a hodge-podge of daters’ experiences and professionals (like me) who help frustrated singles looking for a serious relationship in the world of dating.With our inability to make a decision due tothe other black hole of this crazy universe—too many singles to choose from–we collect people like trophies.
We find ourselves with more options and accolades than we know what to do with.
If you were arrested 20 years ago at a protest, be prepared to talk about it.
If your jazz group has a review in the local paper, your date may be humming one of your tunes.
Why is it, then, that in dating, many of us think happiness will simply find us versus the other way around?
It’s as if we think we have a sign on our foreheads flashing, “Single and ready to mingle.” Unfortunately, that’s just not how it works. Try sorting by newest members first, people last online, age, people closest to you, etc.
If you put yourself out there and stay open-minded, we virtually guarantee you’ll find someone who’s great for you! By considering what’s important in your world, you might just discover a new-found love for your work, your family and your hobbies.