Dating for a year advice
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Perhaps you travelled to a new place, took up a new sport, or discovered a new author? What little thing can you do more of in 2018 to keep growing?
New Year’s resolutions should set us up for success, not failure.
If you were to improve your score by one point (i.e., a “3”) in 2018, what would that look like—and how can you make it happen? Even if you didn’t find “the one” in 2017, there was likely one date that was relatively better than the others.
Think about all the things that differentiated this date—the qualities of your date, the type of conversation, the venue, etc. High hopes and dashed expectations are not uncommon.
Rather than making overblown resolutions that set you up to fail (really, how many people who resolved to lose weight last year actually subsisted on carrot sticks after the calendar flipped to February? So, go make yourself a mug of hot chocolate with extra whipped cream (calories be damned) and take the next 15 minutes to reflect on all the positives of your dating life in 2017 – and how you can get even better in the year ahead.
Here are five questions to spark some critical thinking!
And, that we should start the year with grand ambitions to change.
For example, ‘lose weight’ is one of the most popular promises we make to ourselves on January 1overweight that we have to swear off carbohydrates for the next 12 months?
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