We hypothesized that singles seeking relationships assess unseen qualities in others based on social price as it is reflected in actions, body language, and verbal communication.We concluded that those exhibiting self-confident assertions of dating standards are perceived as holding relatively more promise as marriage partners."Then you may do what you later consider desperate: a one-night stand, calling the ex or ignoring intuitive warnings and jumping into a bad relationship you would never choose if you weren't feeling reckless." Fortunately, it is possible to avoid these and other pitfalls when seeking out a new partner.If you're ready to get back in the saddle again, here are five key tips to help you on your way.More quickly than you ever thought possible, you find yourself tumbling into a blissful, sensual feast of delights with a new lover.“He treats me like a queen.” She’s so relaxed and so FUN.” “It’s like he’s everything my Ex wasn’t.” “She really gets me.” Yes, friend, you’re there. Unlike many others, I have a high opinion of rebound relationships.
Instead, it seems that the older we get, the less we date.
Many of us enter into a relationship simply because it’s better than being alone. You simply can not assume to know how everyone’s individual experience is going to unfold.
In your pre-divorce days, and soon again now that you’re moving through divorce, you had high standards for the people you trusted. Most people emerge from divorce with the boundaries lowered. They LUNGE for help, and their judgment gets clouded about which relationships are likely to have the most staying power. I speak from my own personal experience with love and the “rebound relationship” I had after my marriage.
So how can those who are struggling with these obstacles successfully and healthfully re-enter the dating arena?
First, it's important to set appropriate personal standards.
In particular, will you play hard to get or be an easy catch?