Are You Having Trouble Finding Mr. Right?
By Megan Matthews
Making the decision to want a relationship, means you are ready to find someone you can possibly start a new life with.
When you meet someone, sometimes there is that instantaneous connection, however sometimes it takes quality time to make that connection with them.
Your Worst Nightmare – Fear of Rejection.
Getting out there and looking is probably the hardest part.
This is because there is always going to be the fear of rejection. You will never find love or find a relationship if you don’t get out there and try.
If you find it hard to make connections, there are steps you can take to start a relationship. Obviously getting noticed is a major step. Getting someone’s attention can be easy, or it can be difficult.
Your Body Language Represents You in Every Way.
The way you present yourself and the way you carry yourself plays a major role in getting someone’s attention.
Eye contact and flirting let someone know that you are interested in them.
You can tell a lot about someone’s interest by their body language. Learning about different body positions like how the other person is sitting can be a tell-tell sign that they are open and available.
If you find someone that you lock eyes with and feel like their might be some sort of a connection, talk to them. You will never know if it’s worth it if you don’t give it a chance and go for it.
Start up a conversation and see where it goes. Don’t over share. Keep it simple.
If the person is showing interest, their body language will change. They will become more open and comfortable. If they stay stiff, this might not be the person for you.
If your interaction goes well, it’s not out of the question to ask them if they would like to meet up at a later date and time.
It’s Not Always the Man’s Move.
Women, don’t be scared to be the one to ask.
You aren’t living in the times anymore where it was not proper to make the first move. We live in a time where it’s acceptable to make the first move.
If you find that you are more of a shy type, it may be time to start trying things that are a little outside your comfort zone.
There is nothing wrong with having what men like to call a “wing man”, or for women this obviously means having a friend tag along.
Meeting People is Easier When You Bring Your Buddies.
Sometimes its easier to meet people if your in a group setting.
This goes for the shy types and even the confident types. Just getting out there is a huge step. It can take time to find a special someone or it can take a matter of days.
Even the confident types find it difficult making connections, so if you think it’s just you, it’s not.
We all have the friends that seemed to come out of nowhere with a relationship. This more than likely happened because they put their selves out there and took a chance.
That’s really what it’s all about.
Getting out there and taking chances. Do not settle. If you have found someone that you made a connection with, see where it goes, don’t let it slip away because you were scared of the possibility of rejection.