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These individuals tend to have a firmer and more realistic grasp on what it means to be a partner. Friends who tell you exactly what you want to hear, I'm sorry to say are no good. Consult with your ride-or-dies. Love yourself first. I NEED food to live. I happen to want to eat pizza and french fries. If you NEED a partner to love and support you then you are setting yourself up for failure.
Big time. This is because because A. That is completely unrealistic, B. It's is unfair to force your partner to be your emotional crutch and C.
Happiness comes from within. What will you do if that person can no longer be there for you or leaves altogether? Get your shit together, be a boss ass bitch and learn to be emotionally independent. Don't stalk on social media. As tempting as it may be, this will only serve to hurt you. When we stalk someone on social media, we are not getting a true representation of that person because social media accounts can be tailored to present a specific "image.
Presenting you with rose tinted glasses that inevitably color your view of them. Leave some things to the imagination. Wouldn't you rather hear about his vacation to Bali in person rather than see it through a screen? Get off of his Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat. Why obsess over that untagged girl in his picture from nine weeks ago?
Wanna know a secret to finding out more about him? Ask him yourself! In person, face to face. Discover the details of his life through intimate conversation. Discover the details of his life through intimate conversation instead of playing Nancy Drew. Avoid overthinking!
Do you spend copious amounts of time running a text message past your friends for some hidden meaning? Do you read into small actions such as turning over his cell phone face down or bringing it into the bathroom when you're together? Calm the fuck down. You should not misinterpret his messages, words and body language.
Sometimes it's best to take things for face value. If something is truly bothering you, speak up! Don't rely on the stars. I am a Pisces with a moon in Cancer and ascendant Leo, however, I do not rely on the stars to tell me if I will be compatible with my intended partner.
Ask yourself this: How does he make you feel? Do his actions follow his words? Before you go calling Miss Cleo to discover some predetermined fate, try actually meeting with him in person and getting to know him prior to making a decision. Listen to what you say. Words are powerful -- especially the words we say about ourselves. Nowadays, the most common way to show disinterest is not replying.
You need to have a photo on your online profiles. No photo , no date. Expect to split the bill, but accept if the other party offers to pay for the whole thing. Sadly, the days in which guys were expected to pay the entire date are over. Unless you want to have a very awkward date that could potentially end in the guy asking you to dine and dash, bring your wallet. Getting wasted on the first couple of dates is still a major no-no.
There are very few things that are as bad a red flag as seeing your date get totally pickled on the first date. If you do decide to drink during your first date, stick to a maximum of 2 drinks. The other major turn-off that people have involves bringing old baggage to a new date.