Dating too many men
They meet the love of their lives early on, and therefore have no idea what you’re talking about when you complain about how infuriating modern dating can sometimes be.Even the people who used to be in your shoes but are now comfortably in a relationship are saying things like, “You’ll meet someone when you stop looking.” Easy for them to say, right?We have so many choices that we can't feel satisfied about our choices — or choose at all.than previous generations (hence more singles)."I would love fewer options in an ideal world," said Abby, 25, and dating in New York City.* "It can certainly get confusing and monotonous at times" to monitor so many apps and possible partners.
For modern singles, the supply has never been so big and the incentive to choose so small.It might be difficult to stay positive when you’re always disappointed, but one thing’s for sure— giving up hope won’t get you anywhere either.Here’s how to restore your faith in dating even when things haven’t been going well in the love department for a while. If you go on every date hoping this will be the day you meet the love of your life, you’re going to be disappointed more often than not.Take some time to focus on yourself for awhile, and then when you decide to go on a date again, it will be because you really want to, not just because you’re in the routine. If you’re happy being single, you won’t have that desperate have-to-date-everyone-or-I’ll-end-up-alone feeling.
Bad dates are happening because you go out with people you don’t really want to go out with.If the thought of that is exhausting, just start being more selective about who you go out with.