So you’ve been out on the dating scene for months and it’s felt like an eternity since you actually met someone you really like. Then one night it finally happens. You have that chemistry with someone and you’re hooked. Then of course, after you felt yourself really falling for them, it happens… You’ve been ghosted. Why is it that the one person you are actually into doesn’t reciprocate?
We have an epidemic in today’s society with women and men. The gender roles have been shifting over the years and men aren’t sure what they’re supposed to do when it comes to pursuing a woman they’re interested in. Women have become increasingly independent, and therefore, intimidating, which makes guys afraid to do anything at all or they do the wrong things. Some women also have a tendency to be rude when a guy approaches them, which just feeds the cycle. So what’s a guy to do? Follow these tips and you’ll be heading in the right direction.
Women often complain to me all the good guys are taken. They say the reason they’re single is
because there aren’t any available men, they don’t have time for dating, or they’re afraid of
wasting their time and risking a broken heart. All of these perspectives make you unavailable.
Thoughts lead to words and words lead to actions. You must change something in your patterns
so that you can meet your true love. Take a sheet of paper and a pen and scribble down what
might be interfering with your openness in the dating world. What are your beliefs on dating and
what are you afraid of? By knowing what’s wrong, you can address and fix your patterns. Here
are my top 5 tips for being open and therefore, become more available.
As a matchmaker I get to hear all kinds of stories about why people break up and recently a very successful attractive woman came to us and explained that she had left her boyfriend. Even though they had a great relationship she left him because she felt like she could do better and that she was settling with this guy.