Universal donts of dating
You’re not going to get better at dating because instead of taking the opportunity to go out and meet people, you’ve chosen to skip that party and stay home instead.
Carving out some space in your day, and just putting in the work means that you’ll get to where you want to go. When I tell people that I’ve written did I manage to crank out 200,000 words?
But unfortunately, there’s really no way to soft-sell today’s topic. I want to get this out of the way up front because, frankly, we’re going to be talking about some cold, harsh truths that are unpleasant to hear, and the instinctual reaction to a lot of harsh truths is to get mad. ” But truth is truth and the sooner you accept certain truths, the better your life will be in general. But here’s the reason why: you’re sabotaging yourself.
So here it is: Many people reading this blog aren’t going to get any better at dating. You may not realize it, but more often than not, you are your own worst enemy.
You are Edward Norton punching the ever-loving shit out of himself over and over again as your brain disrupts every single attempt to make things better.
The reason for this is that they’ve made one of the most common errors imaginable – they forgot that they don’t have unlimited hours in the day.