Ratchet up your self-awareness today; your love life is at stake!

This is a task that many singles find challenging. In dating, being able to admit that you may need to reign yourself in a bit can be humbling. Remember that everything you say and do in your romantic interactions either moves you closer to meeting your ultimate dating objective in finding the love of your life  or it moves you further away. With that at stake, you obviously want to be thoughtful.
Some people may tell you to “just be yourself.” Unfortunately, its probably a bit more complicated than that.  For example, on a first date it is not wise to get into a potentially polarizing conversation about your political or religious passions. Wait until you have established whether there’s some real compatibility and chemistry before putting those cards on the table.
While this is a fairly obvious example, there are plenty of others that are more subtle that you should be aware of.  Yes, be yourself, but also be thoughtful and strategic! To get more insights on how these tips may apply to you inquire at Karla@NineGPS.com for a private consultation.
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Top 4 Dating Tips on How Singles Can Ditch The Drama

1.  No Gossip:  Make a conscious and consistent choice not to gossip – no matter how strong the urge. Gossip is toxic on so many levels. It keeps you focused on negativity and breeds dramatic relationships.

2. Be Positive:  Be the change you want to see in the world. Train yourself to seek out the best in people and situations and to minimize your focus on anything else. Over time, this will acculturize like minded friends to also think this way and you’ll find the drama dissolving all around you.

3. Prune unhealthy friendships. In the quest for drama free relationships don’t be afraid to minimize contact with those people who aren’t on the same path that you are.  It may sound cold, but if your goal is to reduce the anxiety and negativity of drama-filled relationships, then sometimes you’ve simply got to ‘move on’.

4.  Let Go.  Much of the drama we have with those in our circles is derived from the emotional baggage that we accrue over the years.  If something is not in some way moving your toward your goal of peace and positivity, then LET IT GO. To forgive and forget is easier said than done – but it is often essential to your emotional well being. To get more insights on how these tips may apply to you inquire at Karla@NineGPS.com for a private consultation. I wish you well! Stay optimistic!

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