Disillusioned with dating
Q: I have a bit of a 'problem' with forcing issues when it comes to dating.
If I really like someone I tend to just tell them and get it over with.
But sometimes meeting someone like that requires the hardest thing of all: The belief that people can be better and the willingness to see the best in people.
Not easy when you've been through some tough times, but this mentality is what tends to attract the positive, happy people that she wants." title="" src="data:image/gif;base64, R0l GODlh AQABAIAAAAAAAP///y H5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7" data-src="https://hips.hearstapps.com/cosmouk.cdnds.net/cm/14/30/53d2cbb07dd90_-_5-friend-find-the-one-mdn.jpg?
Even if they can't make it, it will have a reciprocal effect in getting them to return the favour. If it's not, then give it a minute and see what he does over the coming couple of weeks.
Just don't tell him he's 'nice' (I cringe as I even type the word) but you don't want a relationship.
My friend is dating again after yet another failed relationship.
Imagine it like this:'Would you like to go out this weekend?
' (bad)'I'm going to this cool exhibition (or whatever) this weekend, come!