Saturday, October 25, 2014

Open Minded Dating

Being liberal in dating is quite necessary. By liberal I don’t mean sexual exploits. I mean staying open to things that are important or that are of other person’s interest. A person could form a stable relationship if he or she is ready to give up a lot of the things he is passionate about if it displeases his partner or are of least interest to her. You have to be flexible enough to try to be involved in some of the things the person you‘re going out with likes. For example, I like engaging in cultural activities like visiting museums, ballets and operas. But many women that I have met in last few years think of these as boring and lame activities. They won’t even attempt once to try and visit these places with me. It is where things stop working out between two people. You should at least try to experience or indulge in things the other person likes at least
once. You never know, you might actually like it. 
If you are serious about in the hunt for your life partner (or at least want better dating outcomes) in 2014, the following dating tips from relationship experts will help you search for your soul mate with an open heart and mind.
1. Don’t Expect too much from the First Meeting 
Every so often we become very impatient and judgmental; we'll make final decisions about a person even before knowing them properly.
We're all guilty of quick judgements and as a result, we miss several good opportunities. In dating, this eventually leads to disaster. Quick judgments guarantees that no one will ever come up to your expectations. And this will keep you constantly disappointed. We should remember that it takes patience and time to properly get to know anyone. So you should give time to the other person as well as yourself before you decide how you feel. You might be amazed at what you find. 
Don’t Just React 
Instead of reacting to every little thing that you find annoying (such as his tendency to talk hours about his job, or not talkative at all, calling a little too frequently, cracking weird jokes etc.) try to form a healthy and accepting attitude. Oversensitive behaviour can leave you all depressed and lost so it’s better to let go of that dating dead-end and grow your perspectives with an open mind and heart.
Begin by reflecting on your past relationships patterns, childhood problems, fear of any particular things (cheating, inferiority complexes etc.). To avoid reactive behaviour, you should first know that things that you are extra ordinary sensitive about. If you are mixing your past into the present, you are shutting down doors for new excellent opportunities. And in 2014, you are responsible yourself if you end up as a truly savvy single. When you relax and open your mind, you become very near to a successful relationship.
Relax those Tight Filters
 If you have strict requirements for age, whereabouts, profession, height, or any other conditional characteristics, you are eliminating out some awesome people from the start. Instead of constricting the emphasis of your search from the beginning, create room for opportunities by broadening age choice, place and other requirements and see the results. For many of us, the perfect partner is often not our “type” when we judge them after few minutes of meeting.
Give Respect
If you want a wonderful dating experience that leads to stable relationships, respect is the key! And it has to start from you. Ask yourself ‘Are you caring and gentle to yourself and others?’ ‘Do you fix proper boundaries, are true to your word, and live with uprightness? When you treat yourself with respect, you actually show others how they should treat you. 
By staying respectful, and with integrity and self love, your dates will respond like you want to. And if they don’t, you will swiftly and simply spot their bad behaviour and move on with your search. By creating a space of openness, you pave the way to attract potential partners who also have open minds and hearts.
Control Negativity
I can tell that it’s alluring to point the finger at your old dates and say, “see, I knew there aren’t any good men online!” This will keep you further away from your goal. Did you try your best on those and met them with an open mind? Were you unbiased and non-judgemental? Most candidates aren’t going to be suitable for you, but that should not stop you from trying to have a good time in the process. Then probably you’ll be able to realise when the right person does come along. 
Dating is not a Business
Unless your business is sensational, exciting, and remarkable , please avoid treating the process of dating like a business. 
Dating should not become a routine thing. But does this mean you shouldn't set aims for your dating life? Absolutely not. You should have clear goals for your future life. But keep them nimble and open, which will keep you motivated.
We meet the right people when we feel great inside. Make sure you're having fun in the process of dating, and you're absolutely on the right track. 
The Quality of Dates Matter
Quality outmanoeuvres quantity. This is also the case with dating. 
If you're stuffing up your schedule with dates, it flings your enthusiasm and it also does not feel good to the people you get involved with. This approach does not help you create sincere relationships or find the right one. 

For this reason, I recommend dating with a mindset that holds quality as important. Make every person you choose to date feel important. This will grow your possibility of being present on a date, and give you a chance to make a lasting relationship. 


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