Internet dating and phone calls
Again, remind us: "Men fall in love quickly - but they also fall out of love quickly." Sure, it can be flattering, even exhilharating, when a man you've just met wants to see you several times a week and talk to you for hours on the phone.But unfortunately the result is a white-hot romance that burns brightly and then fizzles out.Among all the invaluable lessons in authors Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider emphasize this point as the most important.It may go against conventional dating advice, which encourages women to flirt and even strike up a conversation.If he's truly smitten by you, he'll rise to the challenge and cherish you more.
Do : Don't see him more than once or twice a week, don't talk more than ten minutes on the phone, don't open up too fast, or introduce him to your friends before he introduces you to his.
Dating Mistake #4: Jumping into a "whirlwind romance." If your love life looks a bit like Jennifer Anniston's, your 0-to-60 relationships might benefit from a judicious application of the break pedal.
Yes, speed bumps can be annoying, but without them you'd end up driving too fast, without adequate time to observe, maneuver and react.
Then there's the lack of faith in the abundance of the universe - the anxious sense of scarcity that propels us to "make things happen," instead of letting them unfold. It's uncanny how the women I coach all tend to commit the same mistakes (five of which I've outlined below).
Moreover, correcting the errors of your ways can be done with a bit of practice.
Let a man treat you like a fast food drive-thru (put his order in at the window then pull up to get his grub) and that's how he'll view you.