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Dating skill set

First impressions are often not a good predictor of who’ll be a good fit for a long term relationship.

In Bachelorhood, coaching, Communication Skill Building, dating, empowerment, executive coaching, goal setting, growth, growth mindset, inspiration, optimism, performance anxiety, Positive Psychology, professional strategies, relationships, san francisco, sexual development, sexual health, silicon valley, social groups, social media, solution strategies, Uncategorized, women Most accounts of modern dating describe finding lasting love as more elusive than ever.

Thanks to mobile dating apps, dating has evolved into a finger-swiping game of ‘matching’ with people whose real intention for long-term dating is nearly impossible to determine.

In my last article on learned optimism, I outlined the rationale for viewing problems through a positive, solution-focused lens, and how to hold yourself accountable for your role in a problem.

When a client tells me This is when the storyline starts to reveal dating habits that can be major roadblocks to developing a lasting romantic relationship.

A proud 20-something year old guy once told me that he and his male roommates had a world map in their house with colored pushpins in it to represent the countries of origin of women they’d each slept with. Because it made them look cool to all their friends, duh!

It’s like you’re that last guy in your middle school friend group who still cares about who has the most/best Pokémon cards. Eventually, most guys want to be with someone that will stand by them when life gets hard, someone to enjoy private moments with, who will honestly be there for them through the thick and thin of their life.

REBOOT: If you don’t work to get inside your feelings and figure out how to genuinely invest in caring about the person sitting across from you, these feelings will not mysteriously emerge on their own.

I know you believe you just haven’t met someone who’s attractive enough, smart/accomplished enough, humble and supportive and interested in YOU enough.

You'll explore these and other questions along with recipes for romance-simple things to do that can make every day extra ordinary.

We'll cover the basics—from deciding what you're looking for in a relationship, what you want to avoid and how to conduct your search, to making that all important commitment to someone special and keeping your love alive. Explore the evolution of a relationship, how biology stacks the cards against us, and why "normal" relationships often fail.

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