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Outsourcing is part of our culture -- yet we feel we can tackle the dating thing on our own. The Frisky: 5 reasons why moving is good for you TM & © 2010 TMV, Inc.
Published author of the best selling book ‘The Noble Art Of Seducing Women’ she has helped over 1 million men from across the globe to achieve success in their overall lifestyle and find love.
I had the opportunity to chat with Rachel and get a singles state of the union. The Frisky: Online dating is making me depressed 1. We are officially the instant gratification dating generation. A lot of us are embarrassed to reach out for help when it comes to finding love. "That's like someone saying 'I'm unemployed but too embarrassed to find a job.'" Rachel suggests thinking of all the people in our lives as possible networking opportunities. " Asking a friend, co-worker, family member, or acquaintance where you can meet a great guy is a dead-end question. You can search something like "Singles, New York, film lovers," and find groups that meet in your area. One-third of married people met through introductions by friends.
If love doesn't happen instantly, we're out of there. Rachel points out that we are willing to put effort into other things in our lives -- our careers, our friendships, our hobbies, our living space --but we expect our love lives to come effortlessly. We think it seems desperate to admit that we would like to find someone to spend the rest of our lives with. The Frisky: I slept with your husband and here's why 3. When you mention in casual conversation to your "village" that you are looking to meet someone this year, ask "how." That way you are enlisting them in your search. You can even click through the groups and see mini-profiles and pictures of the members. Following that logic, Facebook may be our single most underused resource.
Choose to live by a growth mindset (“I can grow from my experiences”), as opposed to a destiny mindset (“my path to love is fixed, so no need for learning and growth”). Often times, women get swept up in this notion of being rescued by a man who will take away all of their problems or will fill the voids in their lives.
For instance, a woman might want a man who has a lot of money because she’s not financially savvy.
Talk about your passions; encourage your date to talk about his passions — find out what you have in common. I’ve been there: You meet a guy who seems utterly perfect for you and your chemistry is on fire.