Advice for new dating relationships
A new relationship can be as exhilarating as it is terrifying.
You finally found that guy you click with, someone you really enjoy spending time with who seems to really like you …
Don’t ever try to sell yourself to him or modify your behavior to cater to him and prove you’re good enough.
Just be comfortable with who you are (and if this is hard for you, try to uncover the reason why you feel that your true self isn’t good enough).
Don’t push him for reassurance or test him to see how much he cares about you.
Just realize he does and hold on to that conviction.
I get e-mails every day from women all over the world begging to know the secret formula for how to behave so they don’t scare their new guy away.
If you choose to date a guy who tells you he doesn’t ever want a commitment or he wants to keep things open, or who clearly just isn’t a good guy, then all the relationship advice in the world isn’t going to save your relationship!MORE: 10 Thing Confident People Do Differently in Relationships We all have that one friend who disappears as soon as she starts seeing a new guy … When you abandon your friendships, you create an empty space that the relationship is left to fill.Humans are social creatures; the need to connect and form bonds is essential to our emotional well-being.Instead of getting swept up in how cute or charming or exciting a guy is, ask yourself if he has the qualities you want in a long-term partner, and look at how he treats you in general.That is the real question to consider, the one that would have saved me personally from years of heartache and pain had I given it any thought. If you feel insecure about yourself or the relationship, nothing he says will change that.