Positivity is the key to success in life and dating

There is nothing more attractive than dating a positive person. As a matchmaker for busy professionals, I know dating in a city like London can be exhausting and brutal – it’s certainly not easy. You might get hurt but you might hurt a few people too. Dating is a journey, sometimes there are good dates, and sometimes there are not-so good dates. Don’t let the negativity creep in, let positivity prevail. It’s best to look at each date as an experience. You can’t always control what the outcome of a date is but you can control how you react to it.

Whilst you’re on your journey to find the one, here are some tips to help keep you positive.

Keep things in perspective and be grateful

It’s very easy to lose perspective, especially if you are stressed and working at a fast pace. Count your blessings rather than your problems. Positive thinking leads to constructive and creative thinking. Looking for solutions to difficulties is more productive than dwelling on them. If you had a bad date, think about what you could have done to make it better, learn from it, brush yourself off and move on.

Positive people are always grateful of what they have. If you’re reading this, chances are that you have a roof over your head and food in your stomach, things a lot of people in other countries don’t have. When you look at it in that perspective, not many things will get you down.

It’s all about perspective.

 

Surround yourself with positive people

It is often said that you will have a similar level of health, income and lifestyle as the 5 people you spend time with the most. So, if you want to get fit and healthy, mix with people who lead a fit and healthy lifestyle. If you want to start your own business, mix with successful business owners. If you want to be positive then surround yourself with positive people.

 

Plan things to look forward to

Being a busy professional, it’s easy to get consumed by work but one of the vital factors to staying positive is having things to look forward to. From the small day-to-day pleasures to planning social events and making holiday plans. It is said that anticipating something fun means that you enjoy the happy experience for longer.

Also, talking about your plans makes great date conversation!

 

Smile

According to the British Dental Health Foundation; it takes 43 muscles to frown, but only 17 to smile! So why not smile?!

Smiling, makes you feel positive, reduces stress, conveys happiness and is contagious. Not only that but smiling makes you more attractive!

 

Increase your Endorphins

Listening to music that makes you feel happy, increases your endorphins, however dancing to music is even better at increasing the release of your endorphins.

Laughter, is said to be the best medicine, not only can it reduce your pain, boost your immune system but it increases your endorphins, Even the anticipation of watching a funny film or going to a comedy club can increase your endorphins.

Exercising is a well-known endorphin booster, but did you know that exercising with others not only increases your motivation to do the exercise but it increases your endorphins more than exercising alone! The other benefit of exercising is that fit people are perceived to be more attractive, so all round exercising has important benefits for your positivity as well as your dating life.

 

Having a positive outlook will make you feel happier, gives you clarity of mind, making your goals more achievable. It gives you more strength not to give up, if you encounter obstacles on your journey.  As well as making people find you more alluring and attracting better suitors. Positivity is the key to success in life and dating.

Being positive isn’t always easy but it’s a choice – your choice!

 

If you find dating in London exhausting then give us a call or go online to www.AmareExclusive.com and our matchmakers will make the experience of falling in Love, enjoyable and stress-free.

Our current special matchmaking offer: Free Membership to join the Amare Network.

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