I will like to continue with the second 10-point check for your choice. Wait for my upcoming book if you want to know more about where I stopped last week: Be careful when you do this because we have two sets of people in a dating game: the good guys and the bad guys.
2. The time factor
No one wants to invest time in anything that is worthless.
What that means is that anyone who does not appreciate you from the onset will not want to be there for you.
Don’t let the excuse “I am busy” fool you.
Taking the decision to start a relationship is also taking the decision to spend time with someone special. So don’t laugh when your prospective partner does not keep appointments with you because it may mean one thing: you are not special.
Solve the time issue first before you make your big decision. Don’t start a relationship with anyone who will not have time for you.
You may like to talk to your partner but your manner of expression and the content of what you say matter a lot.
Your ability to be romantic to your partner in terms of your tone and gestures make positive impacts, which have the effect of stringing them towards you. In other words, using a gentle voice, infectious eye-contacts, and tender strokes can help direct the attention of your partner and make them react in a way beneficial to you.
Give your partner a unique name if you can because how you call and approach them can either put them in a relaxing or tensed mood, depending on how you go about it.
The idea is for both of you to fall in love with each other and become inseparable because only on that platform you can see yourselves as one, and be more inclined to making amends rather than calling it quits in times of disagreements.
How you interact with your partner can determine how happy or sad both of you are going to be. Wrong interactions between a couple can make them doubt the purpose of their union and if they ever liked each other before they came together.