Dating finding one
What would be the point in tricking someone into thinking you’re something that you’re not when you have hopes of spending the rest of your life together?
The truth is going to come out eventually, and when it does, it could very well ruin the relationship.
Besides, if you have to pretend to be something you’re not, that person isn’t worth your time anyway.
There will be someone out there for you who will love you just the way you are.
Finding “the one” seems to be a quest that so many people find themselves on at one time or another, desperate to find their true loves.
However, one thing I’ve noticed is that the more someone obsesses over it, the less likely he or she is to find it.
There are a lot of different ways in which you can put yourself out there, but my favorite has always been simply to do the activities you’ve always enjoyed. Let’s say you know what you want and you’ve been going out on a few dates but for some reason nobody seems good enough.
For example, if you want to get married, have kids, and settle down in the suburbs, you wouldn’t date someone who doesn’t want a family and plans to live in downtown Manhattan.
I get it: time is precious and so many of us are impatient.
But obsessing over trying to find the one is not going to help.
Men, on the other hand, face being stood up twice and will have six one-night stands before they meet their ideal partner.
This figure could be coming down, though, because a separate study suggests that men are becoming less afraid of commitment.