At the start of each new year, following the party dust has settled, we’ve got a propensity to set new goals to reach or settlements to abide by. The top 3 goals for every new year seem to be either to progress in career or change careers, to get healthy and/or have better connections, whether it’s finding love or improving the relationship you are already in.
There can be a number of reasons; some are quite easy to work out and others may be based on our own senses. There’s also an aspect which we’ve been guilty of at some point in our past — stereotyping. When we do so, we aren’t considering this individual as relationship material due to the certain stereotype you align with the person, therefore ruling out another chance.
To ease your mind and make certain you date better in 2018.
We have all seen the Crazy/Hot Matrix right? For those who don’t have any clue what I am talking about, it is actually quite self explanatory; the hotter you are, the crazier you are (apparently).
There’s zero correlation to the degree of craziness and beauty. The latter only applies to the eye of the beholder. If you discover someone really sexy, but your friend does not find them sexy, how would this so-called Matrix work? Exactly, it does not. The frequent trait we refer to as ‘mad’ in the dating world is more correlated with having unrealistic expectations and a lack of control over your emotions — that I can assure you, isn’t confined to merely ‘hot girls’. Emotional care seekers come in all sizes and shapes, both female and male! Do you agree?