What Dating Mistake Are You Making?

Dating can be a tough process. So many people, so many coffees, so many awkward conversations about who should really pay (ahem...guys...ahem). But what mistake could you be making that is subconsciously sabotaging your dating life? Let's find out!

Carly Wallace
Created by Carly Wallace
On Jul 8, 2019
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What form of dating do you use most?

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How many hours do you spend per day on your dating app?

When will you have sex with your date?

What kind of guy do you usually go for?

What do you look for most in a partner?

How many dates have you been on this month?

What would be your ideal date spot?

Your mistake is....Fantasizing about the future.

Your mistake is....Fantasizing about the future.

It's exciting to think about all the possibilities with this new person that you're really digging. But what about now? What about the present and just having a good time with your date. Often times, talking too much about future plans can cause anxiety in both parties and it can put a real wrench in the date.Consider relaxing or doing activities that put you in the present like rock climbing or pottery class.

You mistake is...Ignoring red flags.

You mistake is...Ignoring red flags.

When you're head over heels for someone, it's easy to glaze over red flags. If they are constantly late, if they treat servers or personnel poorly then maybe you should rethink things. While it's normal to overlook a few problems that happen early on, hey people mess up, but if it's a constant then it's something you need to watch out for.

Your mistake is...Avoiding Intimacy.

Your mistake is...Avoiding Intimacy.

Avoiding Intimacy is a problem for lots of people. Committing to an intimate relationship can be scary and it's always easy to avoid or to take the exit stage left. Instead of stating your needs, you might opt to just leave the relationship or make up an excuse that it's not working. It's a touchy subject, but in these cases, it's always best to practice open communication.