I think that the most important thing in a dating is to be who we really are, if we want find a person to share our life, this person has to be nice to our and we have to be nice to it, but being completely ourselves, i think that de honesty and transparency is really important, because you don't have to be change your personality or your ideals to please a person, you have to find the correctly person.
In my new dating guide I mention how when certain colours work better – or worse – at creating attraction and sexual chemistry. The laws of attraction are influenced by many factors including the shades you wear.Basically don't be too much or too little, which is an entirely arbitrary measure everyone is just supposed to 'know' somehow. Just be you but I think we have intelligent and non-intelligent us. I am reminding myself of the best way forward while I write you this. It's so funny, whenever I'd get depressed because I could not find a partner, my "friends" would say "it will come when you least expect" it and repeat the urban myth that is simply soooo FALSE.Jesus Christ, I'd rather be at the dentist than on a date. Like, you are not going to pick your nose in front of your first date, are you? And for friends or anyone to tell you that is insulting to your intelligence and simply absurd. I don't belive that suddenly Prince Charm shows up to take to your destiny castle!Dating is a rough game and there are no tips that'll save you from getting rejected or put off by a potential partner.All the feaux pas that you could commit on a date will repel the wrong person and charm the right one.