Have you ever spent minutes talking to a person only to find you have no connection and leave?
Here I have given you a couple of ways that you can connect better when meeting new potential people for dating that can lead to first date and hopefully will lead you to a second date!
What has worked for you when it comes to connecting with the right people for a serious relationship and getting past that first date? I’d love to hear from you in this blog post. I recommend you find your common ground and see if that makes a huge difference in how you are connecting with potential dates. Let me know how it goes for you.
I work with marriage minded individuals who are ready to take charge of their dating efforts and learn a system of how to meet people who share their values so that they can find the right one and have the family life they so desire.
There's no question that at the end of the day, we all want to feel loved. We want that person who won't hesitate to be there for us and just listen when we're going through rough times. But sometimes, we want this feeling so bad that we chase after it even when we know we shouldn't. It may seem sweet at first but that desperation to fall in ... Read more
Nowadays, when it comes to the dating game, the struggle is so real. Honestly, trying to find someone who shares the same interests as you sometimes feels like finding a needle in a haystack. Don't even get us started on how hard it is to meet people who are upfront about their intentions. Ladies, take it from us. If you're dating around with the ... Read more
If we're being totally honest with ourselves, we probably all want to believe in love at first sight. There's a part of us that is sure that we'll just know if we've met the one from the minute that our eyes meet. That's what makes it a major let down when after going on a date with a pretty cool guy, the spark just isn't there. ... Read more
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