When it comes to dating, somehow, we've arrived at a place of categorizing "potentials" on the basis of face value perceptions. If she's fiscally responsible and has beauty, then there's a good chance that she's stuck up. If she wears tight clothing, then she's more than likely to be promiscuous. How did this come about? Have we become so lazy in getting to know potential mates, that we group the sexes immediatly, without giving the other person time to display their true character? It definately is a quicker mechanism when eliminating the weed from the tare but is it truly effective?
Well from her mouth to your ears...or eyes. You can't choose who your heart will fall in love with, but you can certainly choose who occupies your time. When dealing with the opposite sex, the best thing that you can do is be who you are, believe in the standards that you've set in place for yourself, and trust that everything will work out. If it doesn't then learn from it. Don't take the negative into your next dating experience. We all hope that we'll get it right the first time and then the second time, by the eighteenth time, we've had enough. But you don't have to date everyone that you find a little interesting. A short conversation passing by is fine, but we don't all need have each others phone number.
In essence, dating should be exciting and enjoyable, not scary and hurtful. So when embarking upon something that could be one of the best experiences of your life, lessen your space and increase the chase because you're valuable.
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