Dating relationship rule
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My answer would be, I would love to be, share with me your hopes and desires and I will freely do the same and let us see if we can find the same road to tread, the road of self discovery, the joint road of discovering each other.
But remember this is an ever evolving picture, never stop painting, adding new and interesting ideas.
Saying "sorry" but then not changing your behavior absolutely CHEAPENS the apology, until you end up with the person on the receiving end not believing in your apologies...
Dating can feel a bit overwhelming at times, but the good news is that there are ways to turn it into a rewarding experience in every sense.
So many people rattle off these offhand apologies, then continue to do whatever it was that hurt the person!
Along these lines, another essential dating rule is to keep an open mind when it comes to meeting new people.
Remember, just because someone has different interests than you and/or isn’t your typical “type” doesn’t mean that you should automatically write him or her off.
Love and light beautiful souls create beautiful love! I'm a lawyer (however, I'm a good person), so I advise: set a procedure for discussion, AT THE BEGINNING of relationship, so that when trouble arises (as it will) you already have established a method to deal with it in a productive way. 2)Then, show that you understand how your action hurt the other person (this is your understanding of it, so "that must have made you feel...") Also, listen if the person you are apologizing to says, no, actually it made me feel this other way.
One note on "apologize, apologize, apologize": Make sure if you do apologize that your apology is GENUINE. Make sure the person feels heard and their hurt acknowledged.
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