I talk a lot about relationships and dating, but it’s usually coming from my perspective of what, as a girl, you can do.
So I wanted to create a post on top dating tips for guys that was inspired by my own dating trials and tribulations and those of my friends and clients.
While my dating life has come to an end with my recent marriage, I still hear countless stories about what women wish men could do differently while dating. If you’re having trouble meeting someone, you might want to consider signing up for a dating app. I want to share with you my from our perspective as ladies.
Some might be pretty, some might be ugly, but either way they are real stories that women share. For whatever reason, if you say you’re going to call… We have lives too, but if you tell us you’ll call us, chances are we’re excited about that.
Personally, I love when a guy takes the initiative.
Whether that’s setting the date and picking the place, or leaning in for a kiss, show us you’re someone with a little initiative.
Not just that, but you will get what you want and need in a relationship.
I’ve written about this many times in different ways, but the gist of this idea is that keeping your boundaries ensures healthy self-esteem because you are living in alignment with your core values.But if you’ve asked a girl out, and it’s your first date, just be gentlemanly and pay. They want to believe it, that he really just DOES have a lot going on. We make time in our lives for something that is a priority.I’ve dated guys in the past who I know were really into me, and eventually wanted to take things further, but I always remembered if they hadn’t offered to pay on our first date. If you weren’t too busy a few weeks ago, you aren’t now.• “I didn’t want him to stop liking me.” • “I figured she’d think something was wrong with me.” • “I thought we were supposed to.” • “But he really wanted to, so….” It is heartbreaking to me that so many people, of all ages, do not realize that it is their right to say no to sex—at any stage of a relationship.In new relationships, people’s attitudes about having sex … are all wrapped up in fear, insecurity, societal programming, short-term thinking, and much more.