Writing Project #2

Finding and Keeping a Significant Other: The Basics to Love and Marriage

Are you having problems finding a significant other? Are you struggling to find someone to share your life with forever? You don’t have to struggle anymore if you follow these simple steps.

Marriage is special. It brings people together with another person that they love and creates a special bond to share for the rest of their lives. There is always something special between married couples. Follow these steps, and you can create new memories and bonds with someone special to you.

Always remember that even if you have failed relationships or bad dates, you can still find someone else to spend the rest of your life with. You will find someone who appreciates your quirks and what makes you different. Don’t get discouraged! No one is meant to be alone forever.

There are many tricks to finding a significant other, but the basics still stand as the easiest and best way to get the attention of people. People look at social media to judge the personality of someone they’re interested in so why not make a good first impression? There are many tutorials online to help people new to social media figure out how to use it. Social media is also one of the easiest ways to get ahold of people. There aren’t many people left in this world who are not online, so it may be easier to talk to people through social media.

To find a significant other, keep in mind that significant others typically don’t hide from you. They may be your office assistant or the coffee barista at the local coffee shop. Just walk up and don’t be afraid. Be romantic and invite them to a nice and relaxing dinner date. Maybe invite them over to your house for a movie night. Don’t be forceful about a date, though. Start up a conversation and build up to asking them out for a date. Forcing the question onto the person will make them uncomfortable, so try to work the question into the conversation. Say something along the lines of “you seem like a fun person, would you like to go out sometime?”. It will let them know you are interested, but you aren’t obsessed. Also, first impressions can make or break relationships. First impressions sometimes stay with people, so if it isn’t a good first impression, the relationship may not last.

If you have had experience with finding significant others, try something new to find people. Sometimes using the same tricks can hurt you in the long run. You don’t want to do the same things because it may be something that has ruined relationships. You don’t want to revert to the same things other relationships did because they didn’t work out. It’s sometimes hard to know what went wrong so you want to be careful with the things you do again.

Once you find someone, you don’t want to scare them away. Like previously stated, don’t force yourself into their life or overcrowd them. They may not want a fast moving relationship or a relationship at all. You will want to slowly bring the idea of dating up if they don’t want to have a relationship. Some people are scared of the idea of dating, but once you take them out on a few dates without actually calling them dates, they may realize they want to be with you.

The most important part of finding a partner is knowing how to keep them. So you’ve found your perfect match, now how are you going to keep them? Very good question, and the answer is very simple: keep doing the same things that you were doing when trying to catch them, and you’ll always have them. Always let them know how important you are to them, and make sure that everything you’re doing is considerate towards them. They are an important part of your life now, and any decision you make should be a joint one between the two of you. If every decision is made as a couple, with consideration towards BOTH parties, with the policy of “give and take”, then you should be able to create a relationship that will last forever, or at least as long as you wish the relationship to last.

Good luck with your search for your happily ever after!

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