It is okay my single sisters and brothers, I know you are getting tired of the situation and you are asking #GodWhen or maybe you are just tired of entering into the wrong relationships all the time. I am here to help you find a relationship that is worthy of your time because you deserve it. Every good person deserves a good relationship.
- Know Yourself: If we are been truthful with ourselves, we would agree that you simply cannot find a good match for you if you do not know who you are. You have to know what works well with you, what rubs you the wrong way, and what would complement you. You must know your deal breakers, your personality twists, and what you may want in someone else in order to find that balance. All of these come from comes from exploring who YOU are. If you cannot figure it out, taking a personality test online might help.
- Know Who You are Looking For: Anything cannot be to your taste or preference. You must have an idea of the kind of person you are looking for, I mean, that’s just common sense. You cannot walk around blindly when it comes to choosing a partner. To help you, grab a piece of paper, and make three columns. Label one column “non-negotiables,” label one “negotiables,” and label the other “I Don’t Care.” Now, fill them in. This list will not only help you find clarity about prospects, but it’ll also help you with #1 as well.
- Put Yourself Out There: If you want to meet somebody, you have to leave your house. It’s simple logic. Even though I know it’s not as easy as it sounds. One of the hardest things in life is making the conscious decision to put yourself out there as it can be scary and also makes you vulnerable. You can ask your friends and the simple reason why is that your friends have a friendship with the person that is your type or spec. So ASK.
- Give The People Interested In You a Chance: It’s not really fair to judge someone based on nothing or maybe just a few facts you know. Get to know them before concluding that they are not your type or do not fit a spec. Help them so that they can help you.
- Stop Wondering if You Are Right for Them: So many times we get caught up in the question, “Am I the one for him or her?” instead of you asking the question….“Is HE or SHE right for ME?” This is so important!