Building Confidence In Dating this Summer. Hello everyone, I hope you are well. In today’s post, I will be sharing few tips on building confidence in dating this summer. This post was sponsored by Single Disabled, which is a dating site designed for people with disabilities. They sent me a gift box filled with wellness and self-care goodies – candles, bath salt and a journal. I have been swamped the past few weeks, and receiving these goodies was very appreciated.
Building Confidence In Dating This Summer
People may feel nervous about going back to the dating scene during the summer. Trust me. You are not alone. If I am honest, I was concerned about dating during and after the pandemic too. Besides my disabilities, I am also a shy and quiet person when it comes to dating. However, I have learnt a lot, and my confidence has grown.
There are different ways you can build your confidence in dating back:
Know What You Want
People rush themselves into a relationship without figuring out what they want out of the dating/relationship. If you know what you want, it will make dating much easier for you. Whether it is a relationship with no future or a long-term relationship, there are many options out there for you.
It’s okay not to know what you want. It would be best if you explored different options out there. Dating is supposed to be fun and adventurous. After all, you got to kiss many frogs before you meet the one.
Trust Your Instinct
You are the price. You deserve to be spoiled, happy and to have fun. If the person you are dating doesn’t treat you right, walk away. If you feel something is off and the vibes are not going the way you expect it to be, move on to the next.
Maintain Your Mindset
Dating can be fun, wild and all the good stuff. Sometimes, you may get a little too much fun. And lose control of things. This is why maintaining your mindset is essential. Remember, the goal of dating is to have fun and meet new people.
Put Yourself First
You will meet many different people and be asked to do certain things out of your comfort zone or meet somewhere you are unfamiliar with. Remember to put yourself first. If you can not make it to a date, reschedule it. If you change your mind about going on a date with the person, that’s okay too. Just cancel it and move on. Dating is not a force.
I hope you enjoyed that.