If you’re already a member and not sure what to do now or where to go from here, let us help! Millions of us are out there looking for the “right person”—in bars, at parties, in clubs, at church, and on Internet dating sites, to name a few of the ways we look.
My name is Amy Waterman, and I’ve been talking about this stuff for over a decade now. But over the years I found myself turning into Murphy Brown. And there are a lot of magic bullets people are promising. Everyone is talking about “hanging out” and “seeing where it leads,” like you’re not already trying to squeeze blood from a turnip by hoping for an Seriously? There are real consequences to playing the dating game. Dating advice is skewed towards believing the one who has to get the guy. All the stuff you read on articles online, in women’s magazines, on bestselling books by smug marrieds… We need to stop talking about our own perceived inadequacies, as if there’s something wrong with us because a man hasn’t chosen us yet. Learn to listen to your heart's messages wisely.
It’s hard to stay idealistic about love when you see what’s out there. But it’s like going into a huge department store and finding nothing you want to buy. They’ve never gone on an actual date with anyone they met online. And you’re wasting your time considering them candidates for your heart. You’re the one who’s supposed to display her wares and hope he picks you. All the stuff you’re supposed to do to "bag a guy"… You don’t need to be told you’re not pretty enough, not wearing the right clothes, not making the right kind of small talk, or not sending off the right signals. About Because who you are inside is the root of everything that’s happening to you with men. Sometimes, our own feelings can betray us by convincing us that a man is "The One" when he's really just a heart-breaker.
Everyone knows what you should do But no one has Love to hand you on a platter. A quick glance on Tinder or Plenty Of Fish would make you believe that there are hundreds, even thousands of options out there. Besides, fully one third of online profiles belong to folks who are just browsing. It’s how you feel about yourself, who you are, and what you deserve. Know when to trust your feelings and when to be wary.
Is it possible that love is actually a lot easier than we’ve been told? If someone tells you what to do to get a guy, then you’re going to do it, right? But maybe what they’re telling you makes you feel inadequate. I'm the author/co-author of ten books with dating advice giants 000and Meet Your
As if dating is like applying for a dozen jobs in hopes of getting one interview. If you slip up and show you’re human, you’ll be laughed out the door. I've written endless articles about men, attraction, dating, sexual chemistry and marriage for publication across the web. You can even look me up on Facebook, where I share inspirational quotes, news, links and thoughts about dating and relationships. "I've had the pleasure of knowing Amy Waterman for many years.Someone who is a genuine person will like you for you and not because of your previous status.