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Dating with Confidence/Knowing Your Worth

This is my first freelance post for http://fuzd.com/. I’d love for you to check this out and share your thoughts. 🙂

Confindence Level BuidlingHave you ever felt like without him/her your life has no meaning? Does her/his opinion of you mean more than how you see yourself? Do you often sacrifice your wants/needs for the sake of pleasing him/her? If you’ve answered yes to any of these statements, it’s time to re-elevate your self-esteem. If you don’t love yourself, do not expect anyone else to love you; cliché perhaps but true nonetheless.

A dating prospect will be attracted to someone who exudes self-confidence; if you believe you look great, they will think you look great. When you walk into a room with your head held high, people notice and they want to know who you are. Think of dating same as the Law of Attraction…what you put out, you will get back.

Here are a few tips to build and sustain your confidence as well as help you attract a worthy partner.

Never be anything less than authentically you; no one can do it better. Love and accept yourself just as you are and he/she will do the same.

Discover what makes you happy and build on it. When you are happy it shows and your “light” will attract potential partners who will add to not subtract from your happiness.

Never compare yourself to anyone; not ever! You are wonderful and beautiful and have so much to offer…own it!

If you are not already one, become a good listener; it’s better to be interested instead of interesting. Pay attention to what your potential partner is saying so you can digest and dissect to learn more about her/him. What you learn will determine if you want to see him/her again or decide there is no connection and you should move on to the next prospect.

Dating Molds with HeartAlways take pride in your appearance including hygiene! When you leave your home no matter where you are set to go, be sure to look your best. Your best does not translate into designer brands simply be neat and clean (hair, nails, feet shoes/sneakers etc.).

Pay close attention to your intuition; it will never steer you wrong. If there is “something about” her/him, or you get a weird feeling this is your intuition warning you that this person is not the one; don’t waste time with someone who does not resonate with your spirit.

We all have items that are “must haves” in a partner as well as “deal breakers”. Just be sure each item on your list has real value and that you are not expecting more from your potential partner than what you have to offer. For example expecting him/her to be wealthy yet you are irresponsible with your finances and drowning in debt; you expect to attract what you believe is a 10 yet you are a 5 (inside and out). Be fair with your assessment and remember first impressions do not provide a full view of who she/he is.

You have plenty of time to settle down. Enjoy yourself and get to know what you really want in a mate, be patient and most of all NEVER SETTLE!

Love, Peace & Blessings…

 

 

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9 thoughts on “Dating with Confidence/Knowing Your Worth

    1. Thank you so much for stopping to check out this post and to also share it with you readers. I am honored and thankful.
      Take care and I hope to “see” you again soon. 🙂

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  1. Some of the best advice I’ve ever read! And a good job of writing it as well. I’d buy a magazine with this article in it! Well done; good job!

    Jeff 🙂

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      1. It’s easy to say good things about, well…good things! It is a quality article written by a quality person. Do you ever wake up in the morning and tell that person in the mirror she’s a super confident person?

        It may sound “corny,” but give it a try. Close your eyes, take some cleansing breaths, and “throw out the mental garbage” from yesterday.

        Then, bring up the positive attitude, SMILE, and tackle another day. It takes time to master, but it’s better than remaining in a funk.

        Try it out,
        Jeff 🙂

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      2. Great advice; I will definitely try your suggestion. Honestly I only look in the mirror to put my contacts in…seriously. I will let you know how it goes. 🙂 Thank you again my friend.

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      3. Do that, dear! And…a piece of advice…look at yourself for a second in that mirror everyday. Practice that smile and say “I’m ready for this day!”

        (Make sure your contacts are in first…LOL!)

        Your friend in deed,
        Jeff 🙂

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