3 Ways To Date With Unlimited Confidence

Matt Lillywhite

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A lot of people want to improve their dating lives. They want to fall in love, enter a beautiful relationship, and live an extremely happy life. The only problem? They don't have the confidence to approach people and start a conversation.

If you can relate to that scenario, don't worry. All you need to do is implement the following habits into your life to improve your confidence while dating.

Focus On Your Body Language.

My body language used to sabotage my confidence while dating. I was always looking at something else and distracting myself from the conversation. People hated that. Consequently, it made it extremely difficult to create meaningful relationships.

I've since learned that the way you walk and talk says a lot about you. Don't slouch or have a terrible posture. Instead, stand up straight with your shoulders back. Look the other person in the eye, and smile frequently. The effect those habits will have on your confidence is profound.

Make It About Them - Not You.

If you want the other person to think you're interesting, ask questions about topics they find meaningful. For example, if they're close with their family, you could ask them to describe their favorite childhood memory.

Ask open-ended questions as people love talking about themselves. And if you frequently allow them to talk about things they enjoy, they'll naturally love talking to you all the time.

Accept Your Insecurities. Everyone Has Them.

Here's something that might surprise you. Everyone on this planet has insecurities. You're not the only one who's self-conscious. What does all of this mean for your dating life? Nobody is judging you because they're too busy judging themselves. And if they do judge you, they're probably not the type of person you want to be in a relationship with for the rest of your life.

Accept your insecurities. Embrace them. When you stop worrying about everything you can't change in your dating life, it's much easier to focus on what you can.

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