Have you ever received one of those cryptic texts that left you looking at your phone. What does that even mean? Today I’m going to discuss 3 text messages that people consistently send and how you, as a self-respecting individual can respond.
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The opposite sex and dating can be confusing at times. It can be really frustrating trying to decipher what people’s intentions are and what they really mean. They’ll act one way to your face and then completely different over the phone or via text or maybe they’ll completely disappear altogether. Today we’re going to dissect what people really mean when they say certain things.
Conversations. We hear them everyday and everywhere; on the news, on the train, at the office, at the mall. People talking about the weather, their families, the news, their lives, the new boss. In the dating world, good conversations are the key to good chemistry. Have you ever been out to dinner and your date just won’t stop talking? You wonder if you will ever get in a word in edgewise? Or have you been on a date where it is like pulling teeth just to get the conversation going? You are left with one word answers and then the dreaded awkward silence as you both wait for the check. Every now and then you will stumble upon someone who you can just talk to naturally for hours. Even after you leave the restaurant, you might still talk on the phone for longer.
But what does it take to be a great conversationalist? Perhaps conversations make you nervous. Or maybe you have been told that you dominate conversations. Once you learn to carry good conversations with anyone and everyone, you will see how easily it translates to dating and relationships. Here are four key ways to perfect the art of conversations:
Hi there! I'm April Davis dating coach and matchmaker at LUMASearch.com. Something I hear over and over as a matchmaker is: “will I ever find the one?” This question is interesting to me for two reasons. Firstly, what defines “the one?” And secondly, who has the ultimate answer to this question? We grew up with childhood fairytales and the pressure of society to “settle down” and get married. But often we are left wondering why our lives are not living up to our childhood expectations. Love and romance are much more complicated in the real world than what we read about in fairy tales or see in the movies.
Have you ever started dating someone and things were great to begin with only to be disappointed a few weeks or days later? We all have a picture in our minds of what our ideal relationship would look like. It may be half concocted from what Hollywood has sold us and the other half from seeing our friend’s perfect relationships posted all over social media.