According to the statistics, one of the most sound reasons why people avoid dating is their constant fear of being rejected. Previous failures don’t let us to move further and some of us even decide to stop dating and hope for a miracle to happen.The first thing you should keep in mind is that you are not the only person who has to go through this unpleasant life experience. If you dig deeper into this issue you’ll realize that you’ll hardly meet a person who’s never heard the “no” answer. Unfortunately, sooner or later it happens to everyone.
At the same time we can’t deny that there are still lucky beggars who are more successful than others. Why? Is this just luck? I really doubt this. Nothing in life is given for free at least all the time. And dating seems to be real art, that’s why you should work hard to increase your chances and become a dating guru.
Stop whining and start your dating life from the scratch right now! This article will provide you with some effective tips how to avoid date failures and increase your self-esteem.
If you try approaching someone with the thoughts of possible rejection, then you’ll be definitely rejected. Such a mind-set doesn’t give you even a chance to fight. The more you think about the failure the more likely it to happen.
Be self-confident and always hope for the best. It’s difficult to look calm when inside you tremble with anxiety. But who sad that dating is an easy game? It’s in our nature to be attracted to confident people. Therefore inner harmony and self-confidence will become your best friends and become an experienced dating player.
Learn to listen
I bet no other quality is so highly appreciated as the ability of listening to your partner. Sometimes it’s better to listen rather than to talk. Every person needs attention and when we become all years we show that we are really interested in our date, that we do want to get to know him/her better and sincerely empathize with his/her problems. There is a great saying: “A man is halfway in love with any woman who listens to him.” I’m sure that this is not only about men, but about all of us. We always tend to value people who value us