Love is not easy, even in Sandusky Ohio, and dating can be hard. For every date you go through, you’re committing your time, energy and money to meeting girl after girl, hoping that you’ve finally found the one who could be your partner for life.
Unfortunately you can’t fast-forward through life to skip to the part when you have actually found the right person for you. But don’t fret; each date may cost you, but these are also lessons you can use to make your next date better, and the next, and the next…until you’ve finally hit the jackpot.
If you’ve consistently been down on your luck, maybe it’s time to take a step back and evaluate what you’ve been doing so far. Have you appeared too eager to move to the next level? Were you courteous, nice and worthy of a lady? Did you come off as too desperate or clingy? It’s time to remedy these.
A gentleman wouldn’t be so quick to blame the women as “wrong for him.” Respect is one thing that’s important in the dating scene and any relationship. Treat the women right, respect their choices, and you’ll be worthy of a lady’s attention and love.
It’s important to be yourself as well. Don’t try too hard to impress a girl; let her see the real, genuine you, and you’ll feel more relaxed and more confident. Crack jokes, make her laugh, ask her about herself. She’ll love being listened to.
That said, do put your best foot forward too. First impressions actually do count, so if you dress sloppily, you won’t have much luck getting a second date.
Be open to communication. Stop with the senseless mind games and be direct and to the point. Let her know you actually mean what you say. She’ll appreciate that.
Be sensitive to her needs as well too. Women can be emotional, and sometimes all they want is a listening ear and a shoulder to cry on — not logical advice. Be sensitive enough to know the difference and do small acts of surprises to cheer her up.
In short: be a genuinely nice, likable person who is confident in himself and respects others. Be patient, and you’ll get lucky in the relationship department.