In a TED talk, social psychologist Amy Cuddy advises standing tall and open in times of stress, as such ‘power stances’ can raise levels of testosterone and cortisol, boosting confidence and quelling nerves.Again, this area used to be strictly male territory.If you say too much and act too willing to give compliments, the energy changes and you send a repelling energy.
As we continue our journey towards building self-esteem and confidence, we are taking action to build a strong foundation in our own life.
In doing this, we will be able to share our life with someone special.
We will attract a healthy partner who can love and support us. When you are asked the same questions, answer briefly without giving much information or details. It's best to give a brief answer and immediately reciprocate with another question. When a date ends and you've decided you're interested in the person, it's ok to be flirtatious, but remain conservative in regards to saying goodbye.
Don't offer a kiss; offer a hug and let your date know you had a good time, say thanks and goodbye. If they offer to do it again soon, say something like, "That sounds fine" and make your exit.
Your date might or might not not lead to more – and you know what?
That's ok, as a first date that goes nowhere is still a really useful learning experience, one that can inspire you to say yes to the date that Claire Cohen, writing for the Telegraph ‘Online dating tipping point: When should you meet in person?
However, increasingly, this seems unfair – for everyone involved!
While some experts still believe in waiting for men to call the shots others, like Jen Kim at Psychology Today, call for for a more nuanced approach.
You will soon be attracting romance and the Long Term Guys into your life.