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By now you have probably figured out that dating post-undergrad is a whole new can of worms. The truth is, the standards for dating in college and dating post-graduation are largely the same—the only thing that has really changed since then is you. A few years ago you might have been satisfied with the dating rituals of your incubated college town settlement.
The hookup and hangout pattern was accepted—or tolerated—as the way relationships existed. And yes, I do want a guy to just pick up the phone and call me. Getting into the adult dating groove requires us to cast off the bad dating habits of our college days—and this requires some perseverance on our part. Here are three new tricks to swap out for the bad ones.
Oh, but it is! A man who takes a woman on a date is telling her he wants to get to know her as a possible romantic mate and that he knows what he wants—or at the very least, is trying to figure it out. Pretty sexy, right? It may seem that the only solution is to just ask him on a date. Those who prefer a more traditional script need not worry though: There is power in discriminating how you choose to receive romantic attention, and a man is very often guided by those choices. You might want to spend time with the object of your affection, but see what happens when you refuse to "hang out.
In time, the stragglers will catch on—or who knows, you may even find that you like men who date better. Without verbal communication we are always left guessing. It is going to feel uncomfortable at first, but it gets easier with practice.
Ditch the habit of spending hours attempting to decipher grunts, shrugs, and physical affection. Ask for clarification when his behavior is confusing and commit to communicating your desires, needs, and feelings as well.
One notorious characteristic of college dating is short-sightedness. Things like chemistry and boyish charm too often took precedence over little things like compatibility. You may not be looking to put a ring on it now, but are you dating someone who eventually does? Who knows if you and your beau will end up sharing a bankbut if you do, is he financially responsible? Too often we spend most of our twenties thinking about what works for now. But if you want a relationship with a future, it might not be such a bad thing to look ahead a little too. If you really want to meet someone, you need to take these tips to heart.
A few common courtesies kept up behind closed doors can go a long way towards marital happiness. We don't need a long queue of suitors to figure out how to be in a relationship. Single ladies, we need to consider this before we start buying into the claim that marriage is for dummies. Home Relationships.
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