You can’t go out scouting for a significant other, things don’t happen like that. In my experience the best things happen when you least expect it to. And what’s a better story to tell, I met my boyfriend/girlfriend while I was creeping in the mall/boardwalk/at a party for them, or yeah we randomly met and hit it off right away.
Open your eyes and you’ll be surprised at who you are really meant to be with.
It could be your best friend.
It could be someone you’ve walked past everyday since kindergarten.
It could be an old flame that could be reunited.
Think about it, how many soul mates do you know that saw each other and instantly just knew they were meant to be.
I know, scary thought. You’ve been hurt before, the guy/girl dropped you on your ass and you were left to pick up the pieces while crying to yourself and listening to Taylor Swift. Everyone has been there before, but nothing will irritate a person more is if you put your huge wall up after and let no one break that shit down. This is just more of a reason to put yourself out there, you’re broken hearted yeah, but why not let someone make you feel good about yourself? Ultimately you can’t be in a good relationship unless you’re happy with yourself and after being broken like that why not get a little help from someone else? Let someone show you they aren’t all the same, don’t just assume everyone is out to hurt you.
Just don’t be afraid to fall in love again because you’re just cheating yourself out of feeling happy and in love.
Besides everyone knows the first one is the worst, after that its easy because you already know you can survive.
The best way to get someone to take you seriously is by trying. Try to hold a conversation with them, joke around with them (I know not serious but flirty banter works wonders) Tell him stuff about yourself, be vulnerable, ask him stuff about himself, wear something your normally wouldn’t wear randomly (not a lot though, be yourself.) Be sincere,Invite him out. Take the chance and say you like him. Just put yourself out there and if the guy you’re targeting isn’t noticing, who cares, the right one might be.
On dating, relationships, flirting, advice, boys, girls, or anything else. I’ll be sure to give the best answer I can.
Don’t be afraid of being someone’s rebound. You never know how wonderful things might work out to be.
Never say that around someone you like. This is for girls too, never compliment someone else around someone you are interested in.
If you aren’t into someone, don’t hook up with them.
If someone tells you they aren’t into you, don’t hook up with them.
You’re just opening up a can of hurt that doesn’t need to be tampered with.
You can do one of two things really, wait around and see if it will change or try to move on because no one deserves feeling like how you must feel. Just tell him straight up what you want from him, relationship, commitment, whatever it may be and you’re willing to take things slow, you’re willing to go whatever speed he needs but you just need to know that your time isn’t being wasted. If he freaks out, or even if he says your time is being wasted then move on. It will suck but distancing yourself from him may be the best thing for your relationship. After all you never know what you really have till it’s gone.