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Why Being Single Is The Tits. By Kate Miceli | On 13, Feb 2014 I’m 22 years old and I’ve never been in a serious relationship.

Why Being Single Is The Tits

Now, before you go to click to another article, assuming this is just another whiny millennial piece about how difficult my life is, you’re wrong. Being single throughout college was the best thing that could have ever happened to me. It’s not that I’ve never dated anyone or been interested in boys. I had a boyfriend in high school and I thought it was very serious, but it was really just the folly of adolescence mixed with the joy of having someone think I was beautiful.

Being single has led me to experience so many things that I never could have if I had a boyfriend. A lot of people think not having a significant other in college is really lonely, and at times this is true. Every choice I made in college was about what was best for me. Kate Miceli Kate is a Virginia transplant living in Dallas. Latest posts by Kate Miceli (see all)

13 signs that he's just not that into you. There’s something really discouraging about being in a one-way relationship.

13 signs that he's just not that into you.

A relationship in which you are doing all the work, and putting in most of the effort. A relationship in which you find yourself on an emotional roller-coaster, one day confused, one day elated, but always lacking in direction. The interesting thing about these kind of relationships, is that it’s so easy to recognize them in the lives of others… But in our own lives, we can’t seem to see them for ourselves. I meet young men and women who are living a “desperate” life by the way they choose to act and interact with the opposite sex. One-sided, non -reciprocated, hard-to-get relationships. As hard as that may be to swallow, it’s also a message of hope. If you find yourself stuck in this kind of negative pattern with someone, it’s time to take inventory of the kind of people you’re allowing into your life. 1. 2. 3. 4.

5 Reasons He Hasn’t Asked You Out: If you’re anything like many of the single women I’ve come into contact with, you have pretty much given up on the idea of being recklessly pursued by a man.

5 Reasons He Hasn’t Asked You Out:

Forget the fairy-tale dream of being chased after in an attempt to win your heart. Forget the love letters, the roses, the poems and songs. Forget it all. The Attraction Doctor » Body Language for Flirting, Dating, and Influence. Nonverbal communication is very important in flirting, dating, and relating to others.

The Attraction Doctor » Body Language for Flirting, Dating, and Influence

Yes, words are important, but body language is also an essential component of solid social skills. Knowing how to move, stand, and position yourself is vital to your success in attracting a partner, flirting with them, and successfully getting a date. In addition, the match between your nonverbal communication and verbal request may mean the difference between finding love – and dinner alone. Body Language, Congruence, and Influence Research When approaching a potential date, chatting, or making a date request, your behavior has to match the words coming out of your mouth.

The importance of this match between verbal persuasion and nonverbal communication is supported by research from Fennis and Stel (2011). Unfortunately, as many of you may have experienced, getting a yes can be challenging. Fortunately, Fennis and Stel (2011) took this problem into consideration. Conclusion. The Person You Never Thought You’d Date. “I am now dating inward!”

The Person You Never Thought You’d Date

Since True Love Dates released in stores a week ago, I’ve heard from a lot of men and women about how significant the concept of dating inward has been for them. True Love Dates proposes that before any significant relationship comes along, you must invest time and energy in getting to know yourself- allowing God to shape your identity and begin healing you from the inside out. That part of dating can start right here…right now. Dating inward is the act of looking in and deeply getting to know yourself.

It means taking the time to deal with your past, work through your present, and envision your future. 9 Questions to Ask When Your Relationship Starts Getting Serious. Is this “The ONE?”

9 Questions to Ask When Your Relationship Starts Getting Serious

When I was dating I remember constantly being smothered with that one giant question. That was the point of dating, right? To magically stumble upon “The One” like finding the gold at the end of a rainbow that is being carried by a unicorn with leprechaun jockey. But how are you supposed to know which one is the right one? Instead of being constantly squashed by this huge question when your relationship starts getting more serious, you should ask yourself these nine questions instead: 1. Marriage is like rolling Play-Doh: the more two different colors are meshed together the harder it becomes to distinguish one from another. In marriage you begin to rub off on each other, subtly taking on traits and characteristics of the other. Does this thought excite you or does it make you feel like you just digested a can of the aforementioned Play-Doh?