Please Stay Positive When You’re Serious About Bisexual Dating
Is it possible that your negativity can be affecting your chances to having quality bisexual dates? You may be serious about dating but you should always remain positive. Remember that positive people attractive other positive people. You don’t want to have a frown on your face and attract a negative person.
It may take time and some focus to treat your bisexual dating experiences as fun and exciting. But remember that there’s no point if you’re not having fun. Here are some tips to help you to stay on track.
- Smile. If you’re at a bisexual mixer event, remember to smile. Get yourself into the middle of the action, and never be a person who stands in the corner, hoping no one will ever notice them. If you’re where the crowd is and smiling, people will automatically talk to you. And if you’re a little bit nervous, remember that you don’t always need to be chattering to have a good time. People are attracted to good listeners too.
- Avoid politics. This may be a given, but 2016 has been a big year for politics. It’s best to steer clear of these topics. Sure, you may care which party your future spouse will be in, but does it really matter for a bisexual singles date or a bi couples date where you won’t ever see them again? Not so much. Remember to have your phrase ready, “I’m not talking about politics this weekend,” or some other similar brush off.
- Sign up for a bisexual website. A bisexual website is where you’ll be able to meet other people such as yourself. You can date in either direction, but you’d prefer to date others who are also understanding. You’ll also have more opportunities for more quality dates with a singles site. A singles site is akin to an introduction, but that one step has been taken away, so you can simply arrange your dates.
- Move on. Have you met someone, but partway through the date you’ve realized that you’re not attracted to them, or something about them is raising flags? Politely let them know and move on. Don’t dwell on the bad. Forget those crappy dates and remember the positive ones. In fact, you may just wish to reconnect with some great past hookups. You never know when it may turn into something more.
- Take a break. There may be times when you feel like giving up on dating. There’s no reason why you can’t take a break. You can be single if you wish.
It can be a challenge to always remain positive, particularly when you have other worries, such as health, finance, family, and work. Don’t beat yourself up if you get off track. The next morning, give yourself a gift, smile, and think about how the day will be so much better, as it’s the day that you get to meet some other cool bisexual people for a coffee date.