New years dating resolutions
If arrogance is something you can’t stand in a person, for example, then ending up with the most self-absorbed person in the room simply because they’ll have you is not a sensible course of action and it will not last – well, not happily anyway.Draw up a list of things that you definitely want in a partner and things that you definitely don’t want.Don’t make the list too specific, but don’t resort to sweeping generalizations either.Instead, pick a few absolute requirements in the partner you want, as well as absolute no-no’s to at least give you a guide.Try looking somewhere else a little more likely to produce positive results, like a club or library.You can even give online dating a go and, before you move on from this sentence with a snort of derision, ask yourself this one question: have I got anything to lose?Although a season traditionally associated with festive frolics, fun times and family get-togethers, the start of the new year can sometimes be the loneliest time of the year for certain people.With everyone else so apparently happy and openly flaunting their personal relationships at every opportunity, being single at this time of year can be a downright drag.
[Read: 9 reasons your ideal man wish list isn’t working out] #5 Resolve to start going to the right places.Then just sit back and observe how, within only a little time, attitudes towards you gradually but noticeably change.Make this resolution one to observe and you’ll be eliciting smiles and winks galore – if not a few numbers! This is similar to the first resolution, but whereas that one dealt with your negative personality traits, this resolution deals with your lack of positive traits.[Read: How to meet the partner of your dreams] Resolutions for those who can’t keep a partner #1 Resolve to make a plan of action.Dating provides a scenario littered with pitfalls and booby traps, and must be approached in a methodical and sensible manner.