In 2020, Be A Woman Who Dates Like This

Let go of the past, forget about the future, and focus on YOU

2020 is almost here, and it’s a chance to put the last 12 months behind you and start anew.

The first step? Make a promise to date differently this year. Whether that’s heading to a different dating site (If you’re over swiping, give Zoosk a try) or adopting a new pre-date ritual of blasting Beyonce and dancing around your living room (I swear it does wonders for your confidence!) do whatever you need to do to make 2019 count.

Be a woman who dates like this:

A woman who knows her worth

If you’ve ever allowed someone to take advantage of your kindness, disrespect you, or you’ve settled for less than you deserve; this is the year to draw a line in the sand.

No more immature d-bags. No more commitment-phobes. No more responding to lame messages like, “hey.”

Know your worth, and don’t think twice about walking away from anyone who makes you doubt it

A woman who knows what she wants

Forget knowing what you don’t want. That’s keeping you trapped in the negative. This is the year to figure out what you do want, so that you can finally find it.

If you don’t know who you’re looking for, you might miss him when he walks in.

Once you’ve figured out what you want, you’ll find yourself more attracted to the qualities of the people you date instead of being turned off by small dealbreakers.

Try a dating site that puts more of the power in your hands, like Zoosk or Match. Both have an LTR focus and a spot on matching. Zoosk’s is designed to learn what you want and who you’re attracted to and gets better at suggesting profiles you might be interested in. First figure out what you want, then go out and find it.


A woman who opens her heart

You’ve probably been hurt in the past and had your heart broken or at least trodden on. It sucks, but it happens to us all, and makes us stronger people in the end.

But if you allow those experiences to keep your walls up, and your heart glued shut, you’re not giving love a chance to come in.

Opening your heart is always a risk, but being vulnerable is part of the deal when it comes to dating and relationships

A woman who finds the silver lining

“But how?!” I hear you yell. Because she’s always looking for it.

No matter how many guys disappear into thin air, or how many disastrous dates you go on, you can choose to see every experience as just that – experience.

Next time you’re talking to someone online and they’re boring you senseless or creeping you out -be thankful. This person is not for you, which means you’re one step closer to the one who is.

Dating is all about how you choose to look at it – so this year, choose to find the silver lining even when it’s tough.

A woman who knows she is already whole

The world has tried to convince you you’re incomplete until you find “the one” or your soulmate, but this is a lie.

You are whole on your own. If you’re trying to fill a void within you with a relationship, you’ll never be happy, no matter how amazing he is. Because real happiness comes from within

Be a woman who knows she is already whole, and see a partner as someone who makes your life even more beautiful than it already is

A woman who shows the world who she truly is

Most of us walk around with masks on without realizing it. Years of conditioning since we were kids has taught us to hide who we are and blend in to the crowd. This is dating suicide.

Not only does it damage your own self-esteem and happiness, it also prevents you from meeting someone who’s going to appreciate and love the real you.

Face your fears this year. Take the mask off. Be the woman you came here to be, because I promise you, there’s a man out there looking for her.

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