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Dating Advice

Successful Dating: How to Date and How Not to Date

If you are single, you will know how difficult it is to find advice about dating and being single. We'd all love to meet our perfect soul mate. So often so-called dating experts (who are usually married) astound us with obvious wisdom but I am sure you get the feeling their point of view isn't always too realistic. You know, being single can be a tough and lonely whatever your age, and every now and again it would be good to get some real inspiration from other single people. If you are new to the dating scene, a regular or are just simply wanting to meet someone new there should always be time for top dating tips, advice, information and things to consider. The truth is there are no magic formulas or potions and no cunning ways of trapping Mr or Miss right. But there are some valid facts that you should take into consideration along the way. 1. Make sure you are really ready to enter the dating game. Have some idea about what it is you are…

Double dating

Double dating is a fun way to go out and have a good time with your significant other. It gives your date the opportunity to meet your friends and it also can provide a comfortable experience for someone who might be a little nervous to go out on a one-on-one date quite yet. Double dating is an excellent idea if you want to meet someone new and you aren’t quite comfortable with being alone with them yet. You can invite a couple you know to come along too. This allows for you to be around people you are comfortable with while you are getting to know your date. Some people like to go on a double date first so they are not so nervous on the first date. Going on a double date also gives your date the opportunity to get to know you through your friends. It might be a good idea to invite a couple that will say good things about you if you really like your date and you want to see them again. Your date…

Excuses People Make For Dating Failure

One of the most unfortunate truths in the dating world is that a disproportionately large number of single adults have actually given up on dating completely. Interestingly, some such people really have no concrete answer as to why this is. Others are readily able to come up with an excuse or two (or ten). Either way, it's tragic that so many people voluntarily choose a life without any chance of meeting a "significant other". My personal feeling is that just about any one of us walking this planet could theoretically join the throng of those who have thrown in the towel on dating. Each one of us could cite some excuse of our own and be done with it-after all, nobody's perfect. Yet there are plenty of people who experience wild success in the dating world despite their own subset of imperfections. The secret is figuring out what negative thoughts are theoretically limiting us and addressing them effectively. While there are an infinite number of reasons people can cite for dating failure, there's a definite "Top Ten List" of…