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“I’ve found that when you’re wrapped up in the process of dating and want so badly to have something work out with someone -anyone- it’s easy to forget that your choices aren’t limited to one person or the other. Probably because somewhere inside my head, I was thinking: “This guy is a really great catch and really great catches don’t come along very often, so I need to not mess this up.” Though I was authentically myself on the date, I still look back at the experience and wish I hadn’t been so focused on looking like I just stepped out of a catalogue and instead just showed up wearing something from my closet.
There’s also the choice I always forget about: To not choose anyone in order to keep myself open to someone who IS right for me.” ~Rachel Machacek I’ve been talking with one of my girlfriends a lot lately about the craziness of dating. Ultimately the lunch went well (or so I thought) and we scheduled a second date…but he called and canceled the night before and I never heard from him again. I’m sure he’s a nice enough guy, but he had red flags that I overlooked because I wanted the excitement of liking someone again. Build someone up to be this perfect guy, or convince ourselves that because he looks “good on paper” he must be good for us?
Get clear on what your must-haves and deal-breakers are, but stay open to possibility.
Once I figured out a few mindful (and self-compassionate) tricks along the way, though, dating actually became fun.