By listening to your gut, paying attention to red flags, and understanding that actions speak louder than words, you cut down on wasted dating time.In doing so, you not only avoid getting played, but you also greatly increase your chances of relationship success.
If you don’t want to see them again, say so in a kind and considerate way.
By being honest and letting them down easy, you avoid playing games. If you don’t get it, don’t play games by taking that out on the next person you date.
By paying attention and screening out potential partners whose actions don’t match their words, you cut down on wasted dating time and make it that much easier to attract potential partners worth your time and energy.
Rule #4: Don’t Play Games Successful singles know what goes around comes around.
Today they are changing gender and age stereotypes and adopting new dating styles.
From texting to friending dates on Facebook, we’ve got the hook-up on the ABC’s of dating.Take those old, stale truths about dating etiquette and kick ’em to the curb.took an in-depth look at the behavior of singles based on our study of more than 5,000 single Americans, and found that, while some conventional dating standards still apply, the rules have been contemporized to fit the high-tech lifestyle of modern day American singles.An example of a red flag would be if you found yourself on a date with someone who could not stop talking about their ex.They may be a fantastic person, and eventually make a great partner, but right now they’re not ready.Maybe they’re attentive and chivalrous to you, but treat the waiter, bartender, and/or valet poorly.