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Dating Anxiety: How to Handle Romantic Uncertainty
Dating is arguably one of the most confusing, frustrating and sometimes wonderful experiences you will ever have. The process will teach you valuable lessons about yourself, the ways you relate to others and the type of relationship you truly want. When you are infatuated with someone, however, it is tempting to skip over the early steps and jump straight into a committed relationship. Practice slowing down while navigating the uncertainty stage of your relationship. Experts disagree about exactly how many dating stages exist or how long average couples spend in each stage. Yet all agree that new relationships go through a period of uncertainty. This stage comes after the early infatuation and courtship, but before you make any definite commitments. You have gone out enough times to be sure you like each other and want to spend time together, but you are not ready to declare undying love.
One of the things I like to do as a dating coach is to keep up with the latest research on relationships and dating. So naturally, I like to read the latest studies coming from esteemed peer-reviewed journals such as, er. Esquire Magazine. Without any uncertainty or mystery, you end up launching yourself straight to the plateau of a relationship without the build-up. One of the mistakes that couples make that smothers passion is that they get too comfortable with one another.
Photo by Stocksy. So, you've been seeing someone for a few weeks and you notice that your new squeeze is behaving differently.
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Although dating can be confusing, painful and full of challenges, the greatest reward is finding a Soul Mate. So how do you find a Soul Mate? You should focus on yourself first. Love yourself first.