Be strong enough to walk away, even if you have to walk alone a bit longer before you find the right one.3. Though a man may not have yet risen to the challenge of winning your heart, yours is still a heart worth winning. Whatever your skills, personality, interests, or talents, they are uniquely combined in the person of you. Confidence is not arrogance, but rather, a quiet assurance that who you are is exactly what the world needs.4.Just because you can do everything, doesn’t mean you should.When Patti Stanger of Bravo fame was in her “Millionaire Matchmaker” heyday (circa 2010), I rarely missed an episode, and delighted in watching it with a friends while guzzling wine and eating takeout pad thai.We got the same kick out of it that we do from the equally low-quality but highly entertaining “Bachelor” franchise—i.e.They were too emotionally entrenched in the experience and could not see how they were creating some of the dynamics. You will probably see a difference in how people interact with you.2. I myself was a victim of this until I recognized my part in this process and then I began dating and eventually married a man who treats me the way I deserve. Let go of the self defeating thoughts holding you back. And instead of compartmentalizing your dreams by completing your education and establishing your career before even considering marriage, learn to pursue them all in tandem. I spent more time than I should have dating guys that never had future potential.
A man is his own person and only he can make the decision to commit, be accountable, treat you right, and work on keeping the passion in the connection.watching single people try to find love on the most public of platforms and often in the most embarrassing of ways.It’s the mildly schadenfreude experience of feeling sheepishly grateful that your own problems aren’t quite as bad as the people on the screen’s.In that spirit, I spoke to two matchmakers at Los Angeles-based personalized matchmaking company Three Day Rule.Below, get seven of their best tips for weeding out incompatible prospects and finding someone who’s likely to be a real match.