Dating tips for new relationships
Forget “The Rules." Stop believing “He’s just not into you." In fact, skip all the self-help confusion that instructs you on how to morph yourself into the perfect match for Mr. People who are genuinely happy with their romantic choices spend more energy working on their self-development than on appearing a certain way to attract love.
Okay, not literally–but it might as well be, for how sensitive it is to subtle fluctuations in the conditions it needs to thrive.
If a man says he is not looking for “anything serious” or he needs a lot of “space,” let him go.
This person is not in the same place you are and may not want the same things you want. If they are acting immaturely or disrespectfully, or saying things that hurt you, move on.
Or to jump in way too fast and forget your old life. Among them is one that is often overlooked: creativity.
In the early stages of a new relationship, time together is a relatively narrow window of opportunity. Scour the weekend newspaper and websites for unique, outside-the-box date possibilities. There is no such thing as an issue-free relationship.