Stephanie’s Adventures in Singledom: 7 dating tips you should follow if you …
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Let me begin by saying, that most of these are for women, but I didn’t leave you guys out all together, so not to worry, I have 2 out of the 7 tips for just for you!

It’s a fact that I owe a great deal of who I am today, to every guy from my past. They have awoken the beast per se.  But because I took a long, hard look at myself, I am able to now be able and ready to love a man who deserves my love and knows my worth. It’s not an easy task to look yourself in the mirror, but as I observe many single ladies online and in reality,  I have gained insight as to why so many relationships fail.

The first reason is because women have this stupid idea in their heads, that if they don’t have a man in their lives they are incomplete.

Dating tip #1: You don’t need a man to complete you, you need a man to COMPLIMENT you. There’s a distinct difference. To be complete means to love yourself. No man is ever going to complete you and make you whole. You need to complete yourself, by loving yourself.

Dating tip #2: Until a man has actually done something to make you not trust him, don’t make him pay for the troubles another man caused. So many times I see people tweeting or posting on Facebook how they don’t trust guys, when that guy has done nothing to you to make you feel that he isn’t worthy of your trust.  U…………… continues on Rockland County Times

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Tips on How to Overcome Frustration with Dating
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Question to Jasbina:  

I feel like my frustration with the dating process is making me bitter. Should I take a break or just push through and hope I meet someone?

Jasbina Says:

I hear your frustration. Putting yourself out there again and again can be emotionally draining and take a toll. 

That said, a positive attitude is crucial in the dating process. Your feelings of frustration and bitterness are likely more transparent to dates than you might realize, and it sounds like a break would be a good idea. 

Make that break count by doing self-nurturing activities which feed your soul. Here are three tips to help you take a break from dating:

1. Pursue passions such as music, sports, art or travel.

2. Embrace a daily gratitude practice where you recount the day’s experiences for which you’re most grateful.

3. Spend time with friends and family who are in romantic relationships, and try to steer clear of people with negative views of relationships or the opposite sex.

Savor your break from dating, while at the same time try not to stay out of the dating world for too long. While dating certainly can take us out of our comfort zones and make us feel vulnera…………… continues on India West

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