You are not broken, undesirable or any other negative attribute you may have labeled yourself. Knowing and believing that you are worthy to find someone makes this temporary defeat, one that you can recover from easier. If you catch yourself replaying the date in your mind, over and over, to figure out what may have gone "wrong," stop IMMEDIATELY. There are too many factors that could have attributed to the turn of events that you are quickly coming to label a "rejection" (which is totally understandable).This is part of the game and like with any game, you can win. You may even find you no longer see it as a loss, defeat, or rejection — but just an experience, something to learn from. But the person may not be over there ex, not be ready for a committed relationship, or simply may be intimidated by your awesomeness. Did you go to a new restaurant or bar that you can now recommend to your friends?They were attracted to others and you exhibit the very same behavior, so find a way to let this go and not take it as a “true rejection”.That said, perhaps I can help you with some additional strategies to lighten up about the process. Take the Pressure Off Every time you meet someone new, my bet is you think he might be “the one”.Your story may serve as great example for some near and dear to you as well.Continuing the mission for your ideal romantic connection will allow you to connect to yourself as well.
Do you feel more comfortable talking about yourself? As important as it was to go out on a limb into the risky waters of dating, it remains as important to continue to try.
Heck, he’s just one more guy on your journey to find love.2.
Get Comfortable Meeting New People I did this when I was dating and met 30 men in 15 months to meet the man who became my husband.
In today's world of a million-and-one online dating platforms, first dates feel like they've become a basic rite of passage.
Many of us have sat up for long hours, making the best profile conceivable and then it happens: you start to chat with someone who you find attractive and/or who has similar interests to you. To your delight, the date goes well and you are excited about the prospect of going on a second (and perhaps third fourth and fifth one too! You wait for their text or a call to set up a time for the next encounter and nothing. Well, the exhausting wait after what you have determined to be a "promising date," may not only be disappointing — but also painful.