Sometimes singles feel turned off by a dating partner for reasons they can’t explain. Too many of us forget to have fun when it comes to dating.
Instead, we overanalyze what we or our partners are thinking, we fear wasting time, we rush commitment, or we run away to avoid feeling trapped.
She’s written several books for singles, been on over 100 TV and radio programs nationwide, and is a sought out public speaker.
“The Rules.” A mythical book of rules for women and dating. Where just getting to talk in the hallway to a man can feel like a weekly competition?
As you discuss these stages with your dating partner, you may find it easier to enjoy in the stage you are in.
Fully engaging in each stage will help you create a stronger emotional connection and greater enjoyment in the relationship overall.
It’s a time to establish a pattern of being available, responsive, and emotionally engaged.
They are a companionship, building a joyful future, not individuals fighting for what they want.
The ability to selflessly create win/win solutions is a lifelong skill no couple can afford to neglect.
The unnecessary pressure singles feel can be avoided by thinking of dating in stages.
The following are some guidelines I suggest for each stage of dating.