Dating advice and new relationship
Do you feel a much greater sense of joy in your life right now?
Did you finally delete all those silly dating apps you had on your phone? Finding someone special to share your life with makes you experience all of the things above and more.
But, just because you’ve found someone great doesn’t mean your dating work is done. Just as you had to kiss a few frogs before you found your prince (or princess), you know have to play a different kind of waiting game.
Some people understand not to spill their whole heart out on the first few dates, but they don’t think twice about jumping into bed with their new partner. After all, there’s a certain sense of excitement and curiosity that comes with a good build-up. This piece of advice is something you’ll need when starting a relationship and throughout the entire course of it.
Not to mention, actually going all the way will feel much better once you’ve gotten to know each other on a deeper level. You can’t expect to get anywhere if the two of you don’t know how to communicate.
There will be plenty of opportunities to find love, and you can’t take rejection so seriously, especially when you’re young. “Staying is a choice.” My mom told me this when my marriage was clearly over and I felt powerless, terrified, hopeless, all those dark places you go when you know that it’s over but you stay and stay and stay, and try and try some more, only to come to the same heartbreaking conclusions.
I learned to love myself above all else and to love myself enough to leave. As women, we tend to want to nest and nurture and love. Your partner is not a mind reader, whether it’s flowers or sex positions.