How to enjoy dating on the road to meeting Mr. Right

8
Mar

Dating isn’t just a process that you might find unenjoyable. Every date is merely a stepping stone to your final love destination. It’s understandable that many women find dating disappointing and get discouraged with the process. Dating isn’t easy, especially when you want to be in a loving, committed relationship with a person who is right for you. 

While on your dating journey, you will meet many men who aren’t good matches for you. Sometimes, they might reject you for a variety of reasons. You may not even know why they reject you. That hurts. But believe it or not, the process itself will teach you a lot about yourself, men, and relationships in general. The dating journey, while sometimes unpleasant, is helping you reach your goals. 

Chances are, you’ll meet many different men on your dating journey, and you never know what you can learn from someone. Even if your date is not a love connection, he may be interested in ways that can help you find out what type of men you’re attracted to, and the kinds of personalities you may or may not get along with. 

For example, perhaps your date is thoughtful and considerate, and you learn that those are the most important traits to you and they become your “must haves” for the men you date in the future. 

Or, maybe your date is interested in art or music. The two of you go to concerts and museums and art shows. But you and your date part ways because you aren’t compatible when it comes to a long-term commitment. During this part of your dating journey, you discover that you’d really like to share those kinds of interests and experiences with a future partner. 

You might have a particular interest or hobby, like gardening, that you’d love to share with a romantic partner. But, you worry that you won’t ever meet someone who shares that interest. As you continue on your dating journey, you’ll most likely end up finding a person who does enjoy that same interest, and it can be reassuring to know that there are other people out there who want the same experiences as you. 

It’s never a bad idea to get in a little dating practice, and that’s especially true if you’re rusty or you have some patterns in dating that aren’t working well for you. For example, some women find that they keep coming up against guys not being able to tell when they’re interested in them. If this is you, you might need to learn how to flirt. The dating journey not only reveals where you can refine your relationship skills, but it also gives you a chance to practice dating, so that you feel more comfortable with the process. 

A lot of women struggle with organizing their priorities in dating. Usually, this is just a symptom of inexperience, which the dating journey will fix. Some women make the mistake of prioritizing good looks or a large bank account and external markers over timeless traits like kindness and being a good listener. As you continue on your dating journey to finding your Mr. Right, you’ll learn to appreciate the men who treat you well. 

Do you struggle with learning how to set and enforce boundaries in dating? Dating practice gives you the chance to learn how to be a better, more assertive communicator. Valuable skills like this won’t just help you find a good relationship; they’ll also help you keep a good relationship when finding the one that’s ultimately right for you. These skills can also enhance your relationships at work, home, and school. 

As painful as the dating process can sometimes be, you can learn a lot about yourself and your choices. Understanding why this frustration is so important to your ability to learn and grow as a person can take some of the sting out of it, but I do understand how much it can hurt. But, it’s possible to make an effort to enjoy the learning process, knowing that it will ultimately lead you to a better choice of partner and a happier future. 

The more you appreciate and enjoy the dating journey and where you are on your personal path to finding love, the more you will learn about relationships and romance. A person who is experienced with how to set boundaries for themselves and others, who has taken the time to refine their innate, personal qualities and how to recognize and enjoy those qualities in others is an attractive date. 

Learning and growing as a person will make you an even better catch than you already are. When your Mr. Right comes along, he will recognize you. When you genuinely appreciate the nice things he does for you, then Mr. Right knows he can make you happy. What does that mean? It means he’s going to ask you on that second date! 

What do you think about your dating journey so far? Do you find that’s it’s helping you grow as a person? Please leave a comment and let us know your thoughts. 

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