If you’re dragging your past into the present, you’re closing yourself off to awesome new opportunities.
And in 2009, you owe it to yourself to become a truly savvy single. Do you set appropriate boundaries, honor your word, and live with integrity?
Those who were told that they could change their mind and return it for a different poster in the next 30 days reported being less happy with their poster than those who had to pick a poster and stick with it.) Why does keeping our options open make us less happy?
Because once we make a final, no-turning-back decision, the kicks in.
And when they don’t, you will quickly and easily recognize their bad behavior and kick them to the curb.
By creating a space of openness, you pave the way to attract potential partners who also have open minds and hearts. Right may walk into your world in any number of shapes or sizes.
If you say what you mean and mean what you say in 2009, you will enjoy amazing dating results and be well on your way towards your happily ever after future.
Dating Tip #2: Act, Don’t React Rather than reacting to every little nuance of dating that rubs you the wrong way (his tendency to talk too much about his job, asking you to split the check on the first date, calling a little too frequently, etc.) take action to create a healthy and tolerant mindset.
Start by reflecting on why you react – patterns from past relationships, issues from childhood, fear of (fill in the blank).When you your mind and act from your heart, you get that much closer to relationship success Dating Tip #3: Respect Yourself & Others If you want a fabulous dating and relationship future, respect is a must! The key to showing people how to treat you starts with how you treat yourself.By behaving with integrity and self love, your dates will respond in kind.People believe that this is the best way to ensure their own happiness and success. In other words, we are significantly less happy with our choices when we can back out of them.(For example, in one of Gilbert's studies, people were asked to choose an art poster that they could keep.