Stop dating if you’re burned out, in the wrong mindset or carrying residual baggage from the past.When you’re not having fun, the heavy energy of disappointment and skepticism will repel high quality men, reinforcing all of the reasons why you don’t like dating.
Not that I like to play head games and let a guy keep guessing, but saying tha mutual interest is established -- more often it seems if the interest (on the woman's part) is kept to a certain level of "I'm interested but lets keep this rollin slowly and see where it goes first" will yield more anticipation from a guy rather than "lets just get down to business" approach. A girl with a wild side(but not all out slutty) is a turn on but I want someone with morals and class also. What works for one set of people, might and probably won't work for another couple, or even if one of the people is with a different person.Instead, follow real world dating advice, like these 12 nuggets of wisdom, and meet more of the right men and make meaningful connections.Dating Advice #1: Stop dating for a while If you are no longer enjoying the dating process, don’t force yourself to date.I see a lot of guys make a situation into something much bigger than it is because they are worried of either: 1. But first a little background information: I’m a single guy in my mid-thirties.I live in LA, but work takes me to SF (San Francisco) every other month for a week at a time.