1.Be true to yourself. There are many lonely people in the world and for a lot of them, having a partner is a way to escape the loneliness. The question is… is this really what I want? The answer can be yes or no. What works for some doesn’t necessarily work for others. The thing is, if you feel comfortable with someone and they bring joy to your life, then respect that as a positive. Suck it in and take care of it.
2.Talk to your Friends. Confiding in good friends can take a huge weight off your shoulders and provide you with info/solutions that you may not have thought of. Good friends always look out for their kind so don’t be afraid. If you have people in your life that you trust, then trust them and ask for help. If you don’t have close friends to talk to, contact a counselor or even your doctor. Or you can look in the press for up-coming events that may offer opportunities to meet new people. Be creative, be yourself, get out more and experience the joy of meeting people.
3.Be Calm. If you’ve been in love before and it didn’t work out, chances are that you are pissed off, right!? The solution is simple but so many men fail to see it. The answer is… just let go. Allow the wounds to heal. Talk to your ex. Try to encourage positive interchange without argument. If something is said that you don’t like… let it go! If you can do this it will put your adversary off guard and you will always win. Let it go!
4.How’s your Love Heart? What sort of person are you? Inspect yourself from an outsiders point of view. It is a sad fact that almost 80% of the population that bully people are in denial. They literally don’t believe that they are imposing their values on another. So, inspect yourself with an open mind. Be as critical of yourself as you dare. Look at yourself from a 3rd person prospective! Hard I know, but very rewarding if you follow the rules. I’m not suggesting for a minute that you may be a bully in your relationships. Knowledge is power so I suggest you read on.5.How do you get back into the dating game after your break-up?Hmmm. An interesting question. I have experienced the “break-up blues” just like you and it is painful. This is the way I deal with it. It may not be your cup-of-tea but it works for me.
I just STOP dating for a couple/few months and instead, work on myself. Getting stronger, fitter, more control, appreciate myself more, see yourself as valuable. Then, and only then do I go out looking for passion and intimacy. The really important issue is DON’T GO OUT TILL YOUR READY! Sounds simplistic? Just try it and see. Your body and mind will tell you when you’re ready. And when you are ready, a great place to start isFree Adult Personals
6.Keep an open MindNever compare a new lover with past ones. Each person is unique and should be appreciated for their individual qualities. Comparing or dwelling on old flames will only cause anguish and torment. The best way to kill a new relationship is to dwell on the past.
7.Make yourself more interestingTime to think about re-inventing yourself. Avoid superficial conversation and activities. By going a little deeper you make yourself more interested and more interesting. Your date will soon pick up on this and only positive outcomes can result.
8.Open your heart and mind to othersSpread around your love and concern for others. It is the law of natural attraction, the more you give, the more you get back. Think about friends and family who are lonely or need love in their world. Many people who are successful in love and life use this technique on a daily basis. Try it and you will find that in no time you will receive back what you put out 10 fold!