Having standards in dating

having standards while dating - I was talking about people who let a standard like a type of job be a dealbreaker even when they were enjoying an interaction with the person up until that point–people who never give anyone who doesn't meet that standard a chance to find out whether it really makes a difference (even if they're not meeting anyone who does meet their current standards). That doesn't mean that it's a good idea to go into dating with the idea that those things should be prized above all others (that goes for the non-looks things as well; lots of hipsters fall into the trap of forming relationships based on record collections and there are certainly women who never think long past "oooh, he's a [fill in job here]). ) knowing when your standards are too high is harder… i think if you're having trouble finding dates at all, the best thing to do is to lower your standards to only include the things you know are essential–you couldn't possibly be happy without them–and forget all the things you just figure would be nice for now. My case, an online dating profile lets me find men around my own age, who live within a reasonable distance, don't have children, aren't so religious as to talk about the bible or their relationship with god in their profile, can write reasonably well, and show some interest in learning or intellectual subjects or geeky fandoms.

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