I've said this before and I'll say it again and again. You are not creating your next girlfriend or boyfriend from a petri dish in a laboratory. They. Already. Exist. He still got his mocha latte even though he was late to work today. She supported her best girlfriend on a late night phone call. He feels 20% more swagger every time he listens to the new Bruno Mars album. She watched the football game last night. He feels lonely sometimes and wonders when he'll finally meet you. She had a Chipotle burrito bowl with guacamole (yes, she knows it's extra) and silently farted during the team meeting. He had gas, too, from the Chipotle across town, but his farts came out in yoga class. She walked her pug at 5am before heading to CrossFit. He called his brother to see how he's doing with his new baby son. The point is that the man or woman that you are going to meet and date next is a living, breathing, vibrant human being walking the Earth RIGHT NOW. Heck, they might even be reading this very same post. So the questions are: how are you LIVING, what are you DOING and who are you BECOMING in the meantime so that when you do cross paths, you'll recognize them and follow that inner nudge to say hello? Relax. The partner creation part is complete. The attraction and invitation part are up to you.
I’m meeting Sean tonight, fingers crossed that he looks like his picture. Scientists say the secrets to success in online dating are to aim high, keep your message brief, and be patient.Playing "out of your league" or dating people considered more attractive than you, is a winning strategy, according to a new analysis of internet daters in the US.Men had greater success when they approached women they believed were more desirable than themselves.The new study has been published in the journal, Science Advances. Internet dating has become the dominant form for those seeking romance - it's the third most popular means of meeting a long term partner and around half of all 18-34 year olds now use dating apps. In this new report, scientists used a Google-inspired algorithm to understand the desires of people wanting to match up. Continued below source BBC #romance#modernromance#tinder#okcupid#bumblebee#dating#single#funnyinternetmemes#funnyinstagramprofiles#psychologyofdating#catfish#psychologystudent#internetdates