9 Dating Mistakes You Made In 2017 (That You Should Probably Quit Doing Next Year)

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1. Chasing the wrong one.

You knew that the two of you weren’t going to work out. There were too many warning signs, too many obstacles in your way, too many moments where you thought,’ hmm…maybe we aren’t right for each other.’ And yet, you stopped listening to that little nagging voice inside and kept calling, even when she blew you off multiple times, or he only texted you after midnight. You kept putting yourself out there, thinking that he/ she would change or abruptly realize your worth. But who were you kidding? Some relationships are just not meant to be.

So in the New Year, stop running after people who don’t value you, or give you the attention and care you deserve.

2. Seeming for love in unpromising places.

Okay, here’s the brutal truth we all need to hear — If your Tinder bio says,’ Only looking for a good time, ’ but you’re secretly hoping that guy/ gal will see you as bf/ gf material? Not going to work. If you’re merely talking to the opposite sexuality when you’re six brews deep at the bar? Might not be the best place to find love?

This year, stop putting yourself in situations that don’t equate to love, hoping you’ll somehow find it. Be honest with your purposes, change that damn Tinder bio, and don’t settle for less.

3. Shying away from anything that resembles something real.

Okay, we get it. Love is scary. Dating( often) sucks. People aren’t always who they say they are. But if you’re wishing to find something, someone, and yet run at the first sign of something genuine, you’re never going to find it.

Being vulnerable is frightening, but it’s the only style to find someone who’s really very interested in, and not just something temporary. So this year, taken any measures forward. It’s okay to be nervous, it’s okay to not know exactly what you’re doing, it’s okay to think you might mess everything up. But you won’t know the potential unless you try.

4. Not being honest.

Maybe you’re merely looking for a temporary fling. Maybe you have your heart set on searching for’ the one.’ Maybe you’re not quite sure, just letting it all happen. Whatever your tale is, you spend the last year( or even the year before, too) building the same damn mistake over and over again–not being honest.

This year, be real–with yourself, with your dates. “Its the only way” you’ll actually find what you’re go looking for.( Without destroying everyone else in the process ).

5. Being too passive.

I don’t care if you’re a human or woman, sometimes to get what you really want, or going ahead in a relationship,’ fling, ’ etc. you have to make a move. It doesn’t matter if you think you’ll looking’ too eager, ’ or’ too much, ’ or even if he/ she hasn’t initiated anything yet.

In the New Year, stop worrying so much about who’s done what, or how you’ll look. If you’re interested, What’s the worst thing that can happen?( He/ she says no and then you weed them out. That’s candidly not that bad .)

6. Being too aggressive.

There’s a difference between constructing the move and jumping down a person’s throat. You can always reach out and initiate dialogue/ dates/ etc ., but then let the other person respond before you’re talking to them again, building other schemes, or overwhelming them with your feelings.

It’s okay to feel, but in the New Year also let the other person process, too. You don’t want to be eager that you scare the person away or be route over the top. Be true to yourself, but also and let things happen naturally.

7. Not saying how you feel.

Emotions are a huge part of relationships and connects. If you’re not conveying yourself–and that can be anything from sharing what you want to have for dinner to bounds/ things you’re comfy with–you’re not going to put yourself in a positive situation.

This year, don’t hold back, and don’t be afraid to be vulnerable and honest. There’s nothing wrong with saying how you truly feel, especially if you do so in a way that’s genuine and considers the other person’s feelings,( without compromising your own) too.

8. Playing hard to get.

If you like the person or persons, then like them, damn it! We’re all too old for games. And in the end, everyone gets hurt, so what’s the phase? Be upfront. You don’t know what you can potentially miss out on if you’re not.

9. Idolizing people.

People are not perfect. So no matter how much you’ve fallen for your significant other, or how amazing he/ she appears to be, don’t set them on a pedestal. Not only does this add unneeded pressure to, but it builds you appear less in comparison, which isn’t healthy either.

This year, love and respect your person, but also love and value yourself, too. You both are worthy of love, but you’re imperfect. And that’s perfectly okay.

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