Some thoughts that may help Men in the Dating arena

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In this article, the writer discusses the role of confidence in dating and relationships. The writer explains that all humans are naturally attracted to confidence, and that true confidence comes from self-love, the ability to handle rejection and failure, a clear sense of purpose, and authenticity. The writer emphasizes that confidence is not about looks, money, or any material aspect of life, but rather about inner qualities and characteristics. The writer encourages readers to work on developing self-love and confidence in order to be more attractive and successful in the dating world.

As I have observed lately, there are some posts about certain topics that seem to cause difficulties for some people in the dating world. While I am by no means an expert in relationships, and I would never claim to be one, I do believe that many dating problems are self-inflicted. People often worry that women only like jerks, or that short guys have no chance, or that their height or some other characteristic makes them undesirable. However, I want to explain what it is that humans are naturally attracted to, as well as what drives people away.

No matter your situation or what you think is the reason for your lack of success in dating, you should understand that all humans work the same way in that we all desire what we can't have to some extent. This is just a fact of life. Unless you have truly achieved self-mastery, you are likely to experience this emotion and have these thoughts. The people who don't want you, you want, and the people who want you, you don't want. Of course, this isn't true for everyone, but I believe that most of us have experienced this situation at some point in our lives, and if you haven't yet, you probably will at some point.

This post isn't about how to find love, because that is a whole different topic. Instead, this post is about how to get to a place where you have the opportunity to find love, or at least feel desired and wanted, whether it's for a summer fling, a one-night stand, or something more meaningful.

You must understand that we can never truly hide our true feelings. By that, I mean that we are naturally going to express what we feel. When we are hurt, we cry; when we are joyful, we laugh; when we are happy, we smile. Every emotion has a physical response, and no matter how hard you try to mask it, it will always show in some way or another, and others will see, feel, and sense it. Always. But what does this have to do with dating?

When it comes to dating, we are all attracted to certain traits. Of course, each person has their own preferences, but there is one trait that we are all attracted to: confidence. We are naturally drawn to people who exude confidence. Okay, so it's simple, right? Just be confident! Well, of course we all wish it were that easy. But I'll let you in on a secret: it is actually easy once you understand how. So, how does one become confident? First, we must understand what confidence is.

So, what is confidence? Where does it come from? Does confidence come from looks? Does it come from money? Does it come from any material aspect of life? The answer is no. I will tell you now, and until you truly understand this, you will never be confident. True confidence comes from knowing that you will be happy with or without someone else. It means that you don't need certain things to happen in order to find happiness or inner peace. You can say this to someone in a way that is not rude, demeaning, snarky, or an attempt to belittle someone or act cool, but instead comes from a place of having found inner peace and knowing deep down that everything will be okay whether this or that goes as planned. THIS is confidence!

Insecurities are the exact opposite. When you are not okay with being alone, you try to find happiness in others rather than within yourself, hoping to change your unhappiness by finding someone else, all while being afraid of how this or that person may or may not like you for certain reasons. So you try to

mask these feelings in the hope that the person will not see you for who you are in that moment, but remember what I told you: you can't hide your true feelings. Sure, you may be able to alter certain behaviors or actions, but your true feelings will always come through in your words, body language, and demeanor. Insecurities come from a lack of self-worth and a lack of belief in oneself.

So how do you overcome insecurities and become confident? It starts with self-love. You must learn to love and accept yourself, flaws and all. When you are able to do this, you will no longer seek validation from others. You will be content with who you are, and this will radiate from you in a confident and attractive way. Confidence also comes from being able to handle rejection and failure. No one is successful in every aspect of life all the time, and it's important to learn from your mistakes and move on. When you can do this, you will not fear rejection or failure, and you will be able to approach situations with confidence.

Another important aspect of confidence is having a clear sense of purpose and direction in life. When you know what you want and you are working towards your goals, you will exude confidence. It's also important to be genuine and authentic. Don't try to be someone you're not in order to impress others. When you are true to yourself, you will be more confident and attractive to others.

I hope this has helped shed some light on the importance of confidence in dating and relationships. Remember, it's not about your looks, your money, or any material aspect of your life. It's about loving and accepting yourself, being able to handle rejection and failure, having a clear sense of purpose, and being genuine and authentic. When you possess these qualities, you will exude confidence and attract others to you.

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