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Are You Ready To Date

When you begin to consider dating, ask yourself if you are prepared for it. Are you mentally and physically ready to meet new people and deal with the possibility that you might fall in love with someone that you date?

For more information contact Elisabeth Dabbelt, CEO – Elite Introductions, LLC

Dating can be an adventure, so prepare yourself to go through a myriad of emotions from fear, to boredom, to the experience of ascending into infatuation and love. Dating is entering the social world and if you are not ready to jump in and join up, you are wasting your time and that of other people. To do the latter is unkind. For more information contact Elisabeth Dabbelt,

Few people on the dating scene have not been happily dating someone only to find that the man or woman dating them was not ready to date. This deception is discovered when the unready party begins to have feelings and suddenly announces that he/she still in love with an ex or a deceased spouse. However inadvertent, this rejection leaves the person who is genuinely nurturing a new relationship wondering why their partner was dating in the first place.

So when you start dating, please make sure that you are really and truly over a past relationship. For more information contact Elisabeth Dabbelt, CEO – Elite Introductions,& Matchmaking LLC.

Dating people to feel better about yourself will only hurt others and make you feel worse. Take care not to begin dating too soon after a breakup or loss in the hope that it will pick you up. You should let go of your ex before you start dating.

Studies show that one-third of all people who date are not really prepared for dating. Some people may be on the rebound from a previous relationship, they may be looking for an escape route, or panicking because of the new set of emotions induced by being single.

As you enter the world of dating, it is crucial that you do everything you can to feel confident and good about yourself, and even more important to be ready to handle some rejection. You will have to reject and be rejected during the dating process, and that may be very stressful.

Remember that on all occasions, dating should be fun.

You can tell if you are ready if you answer “yes” to many of the following questions:

  • Are you over your last relationship?
  • Are you ready not to compare new dates to your ex?
  • Are you ready to have a new relationship?
  • Is your life perspective right?
  • Are you looking your best?
  • Are your confidence levels reasonably high?
  • Are you ready to take a fresh approach to dating?
  • Are you emotionally ready for the excitement and stress of dating?
  • Are you prepared to be honest about your life goals?
  • Are you able to tell the truth about yourself?
  • Are you able to handle some rejection?
  • Are you of positive mental point of view?
  • Do you know your dating goals?
  • Are you prepared to wait to meet the right person?

Your Love Coach

As your Love Coach I help singles to attract the love of their life and make a great difference in singles lives.

My mission is to reduce the divorce rate and to create more understanding and real love around relationships and single people.

A First Date can Last a Lifetime!!

Every first date is a crucial step along the path to a relationship. Still, they can be awkward, frustrating, confusing and heartbreaking, depending on how each person goes about the date. Learn how to have a perfect first date that includes few mishaps and a lot of laughs, fun and memories to last forever.

No matter how well you think you’ll get along, a first date can change everything. Why be stuck on an all-day wine tour with someone if you aren’t feeling the sparks? Try keeping your first date to no more than one or two hours. Then, if things are going really well, you can always extend the date longer, later.

What is a successful first date? It varies depending on the situation and the people involved, maybe you felt like two minutes had passed when it was more like two hours. Success could also be measured in whether or not a second date will take will take place.

The Beach: Style Rules: Florida

You are going to have to go to the beach at some stage, and even worse you are going to have to take your shirt off, unless you want to look like you are concealing something. If you want to meet girls on the sand then the very first thing you must do is GO TO THE GYM. I cannot say this more clearly, sort your body out. If you begin in April, 3 months of training will lead you into a confident packed July. Certainly you will feel a great deal better about yourself anyway as I know miracles don’t happen overnight.
Then I have to mention body hair. While amassing body hair as one gets older may be nature’s way of keeping us warm, a huge mountain of hair over your shoulders and back simply will not do. Women generally don’t find to attractive so lose it. Where do you lose it? Straight down to the waxing salon my friend. It may hurt, but only once every six weeks and girls have their legs waxed all the time so pull yourself together. Gyms often have an area that caters for waxing and if all else fails get your mom or sister (perhaps not your father!) to do it with a home waxing kit. It will take a few minutes and make a huge difference to your desirability factor.

Okay so once your body and hair cover are in good shape also consider a tanning salon for 3 sessions if you are pale. Going on the beach and being seen from outer space is not cool and neither do you want to waste a week or two of meeting time getting a tan. Get to a tanning center and a few sessions will ready the skin pigments for more rapid tanning ..

Dating Rules – Do’s and Don’ts

Dating Rules — Do’s

1. Do try to always look your best .  Looking messy gives the impression that you don’t care — and, if that’s the case, why go out with this person in the first place?

2. Do try to enjoy yourself on dates. Yes, finding your soul mate is serious business, and it can sometimes even be a scary endeavor, but keep in mind that this is supposed to be fun.

3. Do compliment your date on how he or she looks. Men and women tend to put a lot of effort into getting ready for a date, and it’s nice (and flattering) to hear that all that energy paid off.

4. Do be interested and interesting. Ask questions, share insights and pay attention when your date is telling you what they like to do, read, watch, listen to, etc.

5. Do tell someone directly if you’re not interested in seeing them again. Lying and stringing people along simply because you’re too scared to tell them the truth is selfish and hurtful. If you don’t want to go on another date with someone, let them down as gently — but firmly — as possible.

6. Do date only people you’re attracted to, no matter what your friends say. Approval by your peers doesn’t prove a thing.

7. Do stay positive, even when dates don’t end well. It is most certainly true that you will date a few frogs before you find a prince. Along the way, you will probably meet some pretty nice people.

8. Do plan ahead. Dating is a creative diversion that requires concentration and energy, so make arrangements ahead of time and let your date know you put some thought into the evening.

9. Do be proactive about finding people to date. The man or woman you’ve been searching for your whole life is probably not going to come ring your doorbell and beg you to go to dinner anytime soon. Dating requires action, so get out there and meet as many people as you can.

10. Do surround yourself with positive, like-minded people who are dating, too. Part of the fun of dating is celebrating, comparing notes and commiserating with your friends. Surround yourself with positive people who are rooting for you to succeed at love and will be there for you if/when you need emotional support.

Dating Rules — Don’ts

1. Don’t call, text message or email someone you’ve just started seeing more than once a day unless they reply (or in the event of an emergency). Desperation and instability are major turnoffs.

2. Don’t date the kind of people who’ve hurt you in the past. Many of us are attracted to people who are bad for us, but it’s important to break these patterns and seek out healthy relationships with matches who won’t demean you or make you feel bad about yourself in any way.

3. Don’t be late for a date. It’s just rude. If you have to change your plans, give the other person as much notice and consideration as possible. And always apologize.

4. Don’t lie to your date or about any aspect of your life, even if the truth isn’t as sexy or you’re worried they won’t like it. It would be awful to ruin a potentially life-changing relationship with your perfect match because of some silly lie you told early on to impress him or her.

5. Don’t be too available. We don’t mean you should play games, but if you’re free every night, you’re probably not taking care of yourself, pursuing your own interests and spending time with your friends — which means you’re probably not very interesting to talk to. People with full, exciting lives make the best dates.

6. Don’t give away too much about yourself at the beginning. Revealing your innermost secrets on the second date can lead to rejection. Don’t be scared to open up, but remember that getting to know someone takes time, and you should let your relationship evolve.

7. Don’t check out other people when you’re on a date. Ever. This is just tacky. You may think you are subtle, but while you’re scoping the cutie in the corner, your date will be heading for the door. Extend your partner the courtesy of concentrating solely on them while you’re with them.

8. Don’t be rude or get drunk on a date. Courtesy and manners will get you everywhere.

9. Don’t ignore your personal safety. Carry your cell phone and keep it charged — and make sure to tell your friends where you’re going and when you’ll be back. First dates should take place in well-lit public places. Don’t ever let yourself be coerced into going anywhere or doing anything that makes you uncomfortable.

10. Don’t give out personal information like your home phone number or address on the first date. Keep these details to yourself until you trust the person you’re dating.

11. Don’t have sex on a first date. If you like someone and are interested in getting to know them better (and possibly having a relationship), sex on a first date will likely ruin everything. It’s much too soon, it’s not romantic and it communicates to the other person that you’re more interested in their physical characteristics than in finding out who they are.

12. Never date a married person. Statistically, it is very unlikely that they will ever leave their husband or wife for you. Dating someone who’s married is the best way to serve yourself a heaping helping of misery, lies, deceit, sadness and heartache. If you are married, separate before dating. If you’re single, don’t be a shoulder to cry on — you deserve better. Go out and find someone who’s emotionally (and legally) available to you!