relationship. People fear that if they speak up and say exactly who we are, exactly what we care about, exactly what we want from life, that it’s going to scare the right person off.
In fact, the opposite is true. If the person you want is scared off by who you really are, then they’re not the right person for you in the first place. The true right person for you will be attracted to who you really are, not repelled by it.
Remember to be true to yourself through every step of dating. Your online dating profile should reflect who you really are, as well as how you act on all the dates you go on.
If you try to like something because someone else does, eventually the truth will come out and one or both of you will wind up disappointed with how things turn out.
Some might try to argue that if you act like your true self and don’t try to pretend in order to get dates, you’re going to go on less dates and therefore have less of a chance of finding the right person for you.
There’s a major flaw in this logic. That line of argument believes that more dates = a better chance of finding the right person.
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But if you’re going on more dates with people that are incompatible with you, then your chances of finding the right person don’t go up, they go down!
In contrast, if you’re true to yourself when you’re looking for a potential mate, you might go on less dates – but they’ll be with people that you’re far more compatible with. It’s about quality, not quantity.
And that’s what finding happiness in the dating world is all about.
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