So here we are in February and we are surrounded by hearts, romance and love. But what if you’re not engaged to be married, what if you’re not in love, what if you’re single? Finding love isn’t always easy and if it seems as though all your friends are settling down around you? I have teamed with with The Love Life Agency, so I want to know, what are the five tips you can give your single friend to find love?
Get out there
The dating scene is changing and in a world of connectivity it’s easy to become lazy about dating and to just swipe right but nothing beats actually getting out there. Take up a hobby, take a class, let your friends set you up, widen your social circle. Nothing beats that first glance, the first eye contact.
The most important piece of advice I would ever give is never change who you are. Be yourself, the connection with someone can’t be forced and you should never change who you are to please someone else. The same goes for the other person. If they are not who you want or need them to be, you can’t change them and shouldn’t try, be brave and move on.
First dates can be exciting but also a source of anxiety. Remember it’s their first date too. Instead of trying to second guess what they are thinking, be positive and have positive thoughts. It will shine through and come across in your personality.
Take Jusitn’s advice. Body language is so much more important than what you say in so many things and dating is no different and confidence is one of the most attractive qualities. You need to embrace yourself and who you are.
Put your past behind you
Don’t bring your past relationships into your future relationships. You might have been hurt, you might have had your heart broken but if you are carrying this into your new relationship this put barriers between you. Learn to deal with it away from any new partner…that’s what friends are for.
Get back out there
Bad dates happen, letting it go and get back out there. Don’t let it put you off, just know that your lobster if out there, you just need to find them.