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If You Respect Yourself, Drop These Dirty Dating Habits…

If You Respect Yourself, Drop These Dirty Dating Habits…

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You should start respecting yourself more, because you’re a beautiful woman. Self knows that, which is why they believe you should drop these immature dating habits that’ll never lead to happiness…

1. Wasting Time on People You’re Not into

Life is meant to be enjoyed, so don’t spend your days with someone you can’t stand.

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2. Being too available (every single night!).

You meet. He calls. You go out that very same night — and then the next night too! While showing some enthusiasm for upcoming dates is completely appropriate, being available every day of the week — and letting your date know it — can hurt a new relationship. Your date might assume you have no friends or social life at all, or, worse, that you’re willing to cancel every single plan for a date. Be careful that enthusiasm doesn’t translate as desperation, or that your availability doesn’t make you look lonely and bored.

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3. Engaging in off-putting behavior.

Do friends tease that you never stop at two drinks? Are you a ferocious gossip? Do you swear like a sailor? Do you dress for the body you don’t have, or for the 15-years-younger version of yourself? Have trusted friends help you take a more objective look at how you present yourself. While it’s important to be yourself on a date, it’s also important that you put your best foot forward. Sloppy, tacky, off-putting behavior doesn’t indicate that you’re looking for a serious relationship.

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4. Talking Too Much

Pauses in a conversation can be, well, awkward. By trying to avoid the silence, you might end up chatting non-stop about yourself. Do this and he’ll think you’re way too self-absorbed and have no plans on getting to know him and his interests. Instead, ask him questions about himself and let the convo flow.

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5. Online stalking.

Sure, it’s tempting to Google him. If you must — maybe it’s a blind date and you really want to see what he looks like – do it once, and never again. Don’t spy on his Facebook wall’s activity. Don’t try to find his ex’s blog. As the relationship progresses, you’ll have access to this information without having to sneak around.If you accidentally out yourself and bring up something you saw online, you might scare your date a little. It’s not fair if you did research and he/she didn’t

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6. Stop Oversharing On The First Date

I remember during the end of one first date, he exclaimed how much fun he was having, and shared that on his last date, the woman revealed she was a rape victim before they had even ordered. That was inappropriate on her part (although she’s probably trying to work through and heal from the situation). It was even more inappropriate for him to tell this story—especially in the form of an anecdote.

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7. Being stuck in the past.

Don’t hold your new date responsible for the sins of an ex. Don’t expect her to fail you the way your ex-girlfriend did. Don’t expect him to have the same value system as the last guy you dated. If you must, share any real concerns that stem from past relationships, and then make a conscious decision to give your new date the benefit of the doubt. Look at each new date as an opportunity to start fresh.

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8. Putting your life aside.

Don’t let a date or two stop time in every other area of your life. Make time for your friends. Don’t bail on your volunteer commitments. As you get more serious, you can introduce your significant other to your involvements and passions, and carefully renegotiate how you spend your time. In the early phases, however, don’t toss out everything else in exchange for infatuation. If the relationship does evolve into love, your partner will know the real you: what you value and how you spend your time. If you put your life aside when you first start dating, bitterness may creep in when you can’t find a way to re-introduce those things back into your life later.

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