Friday, August 15, 2014

Don't Listen to Dating Advice? Top Dating Tips

Don't Listen to Dating Advice? Top Dating Tips

Dating advice? You want some or not?
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You Are in Control of Your Destiny
I can give you the ultimate, the best in the world top dating tips that will surely save you from your current disastrous relationship.
Please don't listen without taking it with a grain of salt and careful consideration of your own situation.

I recommend that if you read articles or listen to anyone, whether they are an expert relationship counselor or your mother or best friend, use this piece of dating advice before any other.
Surely you have already heard some pretty stupid tips from people that you have already talked to.

As I mentioned before, always consider your own situation carefully before listening because the person giving the advice probably doesn't know all the details on what you are going through. Without knowing those small things it is actually hard to give advice that seems like the best course of action.
So many things lead up to a current problem and without that knowledge your adviser is in the dark.
Not to mention, we are not all knowing sages who are able to read or predict your future.

Like the next posts I clipped below for you, I am glad that I always have used my head and did what I thought was best or even the only real available option when it comes to listening to others. I may value your input, but it doesn't mean I will follow it!

Don't Listen to Dating Advice? Top Dating Tips

originally titled The Worst Dating Advice I Ever Received

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I'm not saying dating is hard. After enough trial and error, most of us get the hang of it. I just didn't like the entire process -- the inherent uncertainty, the lack of clear guidelines, the seeming futility. Most of all, I disliked the constant stream of advice from friends.
While a bachelor, I never lacked dating advice.
To be sure, some of it was helpful. Most of it, though, ended up making matters worse.
 That's how I treated my friend's advice. I heard it, but I didn't accept it..Full Article Here
 This post was previously published at PaulPerkins.com.
 









You might want to avoid sitcoms for a while    Jul 14, 2014






I used to have a friend who refused to watch romantic comedies.
She said she packed up all of her DVDs and would be avoiding most sitcoms and dramas, too. According to her, she felt like these shows and their depicted relationships were messing with her head and her expectations for dating and love.
I remember thinking, "That's probably really smart," before returning home and turning on Grey's Anatomy.
It makes sense that what we watch on television has off-screen implications, but how serious are they and what should this mean about our habits? Read it in Full Here

I believe that we should always be careful about listening to advice or even believing anything just because we saw it on television or heard it on the radio.
May be true that watching certain shows can influence our thinking. I guess it does make sense if you consider that television often makes us laugh and cry. If it influences our emotions then I guess it can influence our thinking too.
As the old saying goes,"The pen is mightier than the sword."

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