Looking for a tip or two on how to tackle the dating scene?Then you've probably noticed the onslaught of search engine results when you Google the phrase "dating dos and don'ts." Yikes!
Ditch the long laundry list written by everyone else, but you! When getting to know someone in a new relationship, they want to know who you are today not how you were in a past relationship or lifetime.Dating is a rough game and there are no tips that'll save you from getting rejected or put off by a potential partner.All the feaux pas that you could commit on a date will repel the wrong person and charm the right one.Over 300 million results bombard the computer screen. DON'T convince yourself you only have one "type." DO widen your definition of a compatible mate.It seems everyone's an expert on relationships and human behavior, or are they? Open yourself to the possibility that you can fall in love with someone who doesn't perfectly meet the criteria that you believe is your ideal or particular "type."2. DO approach others with curiosity, kindness, and compassion. Yes, we live in a modern world in which women can pay for themselves and open their own door. DON'T be overly influenced by expectations of family and friends such as, “Does she practice the same religion?Alex Collins, who is set to appear on Channel 4's dating show First Dates, has revealed that dating as a trans woman isn't easy and that - aged 29 - she's yet to have a good date.In an interview with Huff Post UK Lifestyle, Collins, who is a hairdresser and part-time model from Essex, said that it's "safer" for her if she always discloses her trans status to potential dates. "I would not want to get into a bad situation that I could have prevented with honesty." Growing up, Collins knew from a very early age that she was born in the wrong body.WHEN IT HAPPENS THE RELATIONSHIP TURNS TOXIC AND INSANE.WE NEED TO OPEN OUR MINDS TO KNOW ANOTHER PERSON AND RESPECT THEM AND THE THINGS AND HOBBIES THAT THEY WANT TO DO IN THEIR FREE TIMES.Or carp about your "shitty life or asshole men" you have dated? Beyond that, be the beautifully imperfect human you are. You have to open to meeting someone whom you may not at first think you can love, go into it non-judgmentally (forget what your mom or friends say is the "right person" for you or "worthy of you" [bull shit - only you know that through self discovery.] and just let that stew simmer.Get to know the person on a first few dates (unless they are truly terrible or insult you or are disrespectful or just a basket case) and find what you didn't know you didn't know.I have dated guys I first thought would be totally incompatible and by giving me time to see them, I have suddenly been surprised to SEE special things I DID NOT KNOW where there.I like Jamie's view that one should not talk about the past or go heavy on negativity on first dates - OR EVER talk about past boyfriends.I think that the most important thing in a dating is to be who we really are, if we want find a person to share our life, this person has to be nice to our and we have to be nice to it, but being completely ourselves, i think that de honesty and transparency is really important, because you don't have to be change your personality or your ideals to please a person, you have to find the correctly person.