Ladies, are you tired of dating men who disappoint you time and time again? You know what I’m talking about. The kind of guy who comes and goes as he pleases. One minute he’s there with all eyes on you, making you feel like the only woman in the world, and the next minute he’s gone – no text, no phone call, and not even a Facebook message?
What’s up with that?
Well, he’s treating you the way you’re allowing him to. And since you’re not setting healthy boundaries, he feels like it’s okay to be inconsiderate.
Even if he knows he’s not being respectful towards you, he’s getting away with it, so he really has no reason to change.
If you’re constantly feeling let down, set limits and show others how to treat you.
You don’t need another person to make you happy or feel special and loved. Happiness is a decision that people make every single day and you will be as happy as YOU decide to be.
The best thing you can do when it comes to dating is make sure your needs and wants are met – not by somebody else, but by you!
That means if you like flowers, chocolate, and fancy dinners, it’s time you give yourself these things and yes, even the latter one.
When women are happy, fulfilled and in love with themselves, they’ll attract healthy relationships.
If you don’t want to get blinded by a man’s swag, his good looks and his fancy car, the best thing you can do is take care of your needs, your wants, and yourself!
Rather than day dreaming about your fairy tale future, start focusing your energy on yourself, your well-being and your health.
Do a cleanse, hit the gym, and love yourself abundantly!
By doing things for yourself while you’re dating, you’ll have better judgment, more realistic expectations, and healthier boundaries. In other words, you’ll be less likely to carelessly fall for swagger.
Remember, in order to attract a healthy, loving relationship, you’re going to have to have a healthy, loving relationship with yourself first.
Women who end up with partners who constantly disappoint them have some work to do on themselves. It’s all part of the process of recognizing your self-worth.
Once women start loving and dating themselves, Mr. Right shows up at their door.
Cheers to dating yourself beautiful ladies!