7 Signs You are the Cause of Your Dating Problems

Every
time
you
go
out
with
someone,
you
feel
something
is
missing.
You
try
to
figure
out
what
it
might
be,
but
you
can’t.
Your

dates
have
noticed
at
times
you
are
distant,
confused,
and
negative.
You
often
point
the
finger
at
your
dates.
However,
have
you
thought
about
what
you
might
be
doing
or
saying
that
is
making
your
dates
not
want
to
ask
you
out
on
another
date?

It
can
be
hard
to
believe
that
your
dates
are
coming
to
a
quick
end
because
of
you.

Ego
gets
in
the
way
and
says,
“It’s
not
my
fault.
I
didn’t
cause
the
problem.”
Yet,
the
issues
may
lie
with
you
from
the
start.
What
is
missing
in
your
life?
Do
you
have
any
personal
interests?
Are
you
being
honest
with
yourself
in
area
of
your
life
such
as
money,
relationship,
job,
etc.

When
one
isn’t
happy
with
self
he
or
she
is
not
going
to
make
anyone
else
happy.
Rather
than
bring
positivity,
one
who
is
troubled
is
going
to
bring
all
that
is
negative
to
a
relationship.
The
restaurant
service
could
have
been
better.
The
movie
wasn’t
that
good.
The
traffic
is
terrible.”
The
negative
person
goes
on
with
their
negativity,
The
place
a
date
picked
to
visit
after
the
meal
was
a
poor
choice.
The
person’s
choice
in
clothes
was
not
appealing.
Notice
the
negativity
in
these
statements?

What
really
is
happening
is
somewhere
within,
a
single
seeking
love
should
really
be
focused
on
finding
the
good
in
one’s
self.
What
do
you
like
about
you?
What
brings
a
smile
on
your
face?
What
do
you
like
to
do?
How
do
you
feel
about
love?
When
was
the
last
time
you
feel
in
love?
Why
are
you
so
negative
when
on
dates?
Who
hurt
you?

7
Signs
that
you
are
the
cause
of
why
good
dates
turn
bad
show
up
when
any
of
the
following
has
occurred
in
your
life.



1)

1) You
have
unresolved
issues
with
an
ex,
a
parent,
or
a
friend.
You
may
have
been
rejected.
Someone
may
have
let
you
down.
You
trusted
a
person,
but
they
proved
to
be
untrustworthy.
Your
negative
feelings
weren’t
dealt
with
and
now
a
new
person
is
left
having
to
deal
with
your
disappointments,
worries,
anger,
and
fear.



2)


2)
You
may
have
health
issues
that
are
impacting
you
in
negative
ways.
When
you
don’t
feel
good
on
the
inside
it
will
surely
show
on
the
outside.
When
was
the
last
time
you
visited
a
doctor
and
received
treatment?



3)


3)
Your
dates
tend
to
get
quiet
or
become
distant
after
you
converse
about
all
that
is
wrong
with
everyone
and
everything.



4)


4)
You
find
that
you
are
not
sincerely
getting
to
know
people
when
you
date,
you
are
just
looking
for
something
to
happen
physically
to
ease
whatever
discomfort
or
need
you
may
have.



5)


5)
You
don’t
make
your
dates
feel
welcome
in
your
presence.
You
may
come
off
as
angry.
When
people
don’t
feel
safe
with
others,
they
will
avoid
what
they
deem
are

toxic
people.



6)


6)
Your
dates
have
told
you
the
truth
about
yourself
and
they
have
used
negative
words
to
describe
you
such
as
“impatient,
irritable,
moody,
irrational,
delusional,
troubled,
sick,
crazy…”



7)


7)
You
have
a
poor
opinion
of
yourself
and
you
share
those
views
with
your
dates.
People
are
cautious
of
people
who
don’t
think
much
of
themselves.

What
you
can
do
is
start
by
addressing
personal
issues
before
you
date
again.
Give
yourself
time
to
think
about
yourself
and
what
you
really
want.
Work
on
making
some
changes
mentally,
physically
and
spiritually
that
uplift
you
as
well
as
others.
Stop
hoping,
wishing
and
praying
that
someone
will
come
into
your
life
to
save
you
from
your
mess.

The
sooner
you
realize
how
valuable
you
are,
the
better
you
will
feel.
Someone
may
be
waiting
for
the
real
you
to
come
out,
the
one
who
would
very
much
like
to
live
his
or
her
best
life
now.
However,
if
you
are
unwilling
to
improve
you,
your
dates
will
continue
to
be
disappointing
in
the
future.

Nicholl
McGuire
is
the
author
of

Socially
Sweet,
Privately
Cruel
Abusive
Men

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