First let me share a story about a friend who found these tips useful. After hearing his story, it was only fitting to use his situation to effectively introduce the “I Deserve Better” Dating tips.
Mary and Tim were dating for about a month, when suddenly Mary started having unsettling feelings about the relationship and starting doubting Tim’s intentions and honesty. However, Mary’s insecurities got the best of her and she ignored her inner spirit. No matter how hard Mary tried to ignore her inner guide, the signs were all there. Once she accepted her feelings and paid closer attention to her inner spirit, she decided to point out some things to Tim and asked him, “Have you been totally honest with me?” Tim’s reaction at first was puzzled and he quickly tried to explain himself. Mary, now trusting her inner spirit, stopped Tim immediately and firmly told him he did not owe her an explanation. However, Mary only needed Tim to respond with either a Yes or No. Days later Tim decided to break up with with Mary.
In short, Mary initially questioned her inner spirit but eventually was unable to ignore it and built up the courage to ask the ultimate question, regardless of the outcome. Although, Mary believed she was making things better she already had an idea of the outcome. Mary credits most of her dating success to self-awareness, self-acceptance and Urban FLRT’s “I Deserve Better” Dating tips. By using the tips, Mary made a potentially negative dating experience a positive one.
Check out the tips:
1. If something is bothering you, don’t ignore it, there is a reason for the discomfort. Remember, your inner spirit will never mislead you. It will only guide you in the right direction.
2. Closed-ended questions are most effective when having a difficult conversation or dealing with dishonesty or trust related issues in a relationship. They are short and to the point and so should the responses. If the responses are attached with explanations and excuses, take notice.
3. Unless you’re ready to hear the answer, don’t ask the question.
4. Once you accept someone’s excuse you’ll eventually have to accept their apology.
5. The moment you stop accepting someone’s excuse you no longer have to accept his or her apology.
Hopefully now you’re able to see how Mary made his situation a win-win by using our, “I Deserve Better! ” dating tips. Don’t you deserve better?