The older you get the harder it is to find a good man. I know how frustrating it can be and thinking you are going to be alone for the rest of your life. I used to wonder why everyone else was meeting men and getting married and having families and I wasn’t. I know how lonely you can feel. I have been where you are and I want to tell you that no matter how down you feel, just kept moving forward. Force yourself if you have to and go out and be positive. That is what I did until I found the perfect man (perfect for me that is). I want to help you find your perfect man and so I have 3 great tips to help you in your search.
1. Don’t Play Hard To Get: A guy likes a girl who has got it going on, but if you want to find love and you’re not around, it isn’t going to happen. Being unavailable seems rigid and high-maintenance. If he throws out a time that doesn’t work for you, either say yes to the next option or propose a date of your own. If you won’t make time early on in the relationship, men take it to mean you definitely won’t make time later.
2. Be attentive: This is not the time to text: Conversation is like kissing. It’s a two-way street, and those roads are meant to be shared. Be sure to ask questions, answer questions thoughtfully and engage in conversation. Make eye contact, and please, please, please put your cell phone away. If you must make or take a call, excuse yourself as courteously as possible and don’t be away for more than five minutes-or you’ll raise suspicion and doubts. Think about it this way: How would you feel if he left you alone to chat to his friend about how the date was going?
3. Keep Him Wanting More: No matter how well a first date is going, be sure it doesn’t run into the wee hours of the morning. Every man loves some TLC, but if you want to keep him coming back, I recommend leaving the first couple of dates to intimate goodnight kisses-and be sure to keep those clothes on for now.