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Dating Advice | How To Bounce Back After A Bad Date
Like most things worth having in this life, love is something you have to work hard for. And when you do step into the dating field, you can only experience one of these two scenarios — either building that dream romantic relationship or learning from the gamble. When the latter does happen to you, remember that this unpleasant feeling is also a part of the whole process of finding love.
In this dating advice, we’ve compiled essential steps men can take to get through this low time. Do it at your own pace and see how you can turn this experience for the better.
- Call a friend. A simple cure for a bad date is to be with someone who will listen to your woes without judgment and preferably someone who’s absolutely hilarious to lighten up the mood. Meet with this person, or with your close circle, and allow yourself a bit of breathing space from the experience with dinner and drinks.
- Think it through. There are various reasons for a night to be considered bad. Was it something you said or did? Or were the two of you simply not comfortable with each other? Whatever the reason may be, try to sort it out and make a mental note to skip what you did wrong and work on what you did right. Then, stop ruminating on things you can’t control now.
- Remember the good times. Now that you know that feeding that unpleasant feeling is not the best way to heal, try to remember the good dates that you’ve had previously. This will remind you in times of doubt that, yes, bad dates do and are possible as the good ones. Hold on to positivity because bright days — and dates — are ahead.
- Reward yourself. Why? Because it is a learning experience and you deserve it! Do the things that give you joy and satisfaction, like setting up a Netflix date night with friends or going out on a quiet vacation with the family. Distraction is not always a bad thing, especially when it can actually help you get out of ugly, destructive thinking.
- Work on that goal. They say that being productive is sometimes equal to being happy. If that date is getting you in the dumps with loads of time on your hands, then why not challenge yourself to finally achieve that dream or goal you’ve always been thinking of? It’s actually a win-win-win situation — you reached your goal, you’re cheered up and you’ve grown personally.
- Try again. Remember that taking that one step back inside the dating arena is already half the battle. And if you really want to forget that bad experience, the best remedy is to try another date night yet again and simply keep at it. It will take confidence and effort — but isn’t everything like that? Push yourself and try again.
While dating is difficult, one bad date should not discourage you to stop trying. There is always a chance for things to look up for you and ultimately experience that happy ever after in love. Believe in yourself and just keep on rolling — that’s what winners (and lovers!) do.