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Dating Detox: Limited success

11.02.13
Author: Nicky

Of course, one of the major reasons why some people find that they no longer feel excited about forthcoming dates (see the previous blog post for details on losing your sense of excitement) is that they don’t seem to be having much success with their current dating strategy.

This kind of thing happens all the time. Online dating may increase people’s chances of finding someone suitable, but that doesn’t guarantee success. It takes time to make the perfect match. Dating sites can offer plenty of advice and suggestions about matches, but you still have to get lucky in order to find yourself on a date with the perfect man or woman.

So, your success is limited. You feel down about the fact that you’ve been on all these dates and nothing good has come of it. Well, that might be a sign that you need to take a step back and evaluate where you’re channelling your energy. Empty your mind of all things ‘romance’ for a while and then return to dating with a renewed sense of what you want at a later date.

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Dating Detox: No sense of excitement

10.02.13
Author: Nicky

One of the very first signs that you are in need of a dating detox is a loss of excitement when it comes to romantic encounters. Excitement is one of the surest signs that something really positive and interesting might be on the horizon – an adventure, love, a special commitment, a meeting of minds. When you find that you can’t get excited about dates anymore, it’s a sign you’ve been overdoing it.

When you put a lot of effort into dating, it should come as little surprise that the effort takes its toll. Eventually, you may find that you have no real energy to get excited about the next date – in fact, you may feel like going on the next date is not so much a pleasure, but a genuine chore.

This rarely has anything to do with the person you are dating. It’s just that you’ve dated so much as to remove all the novelty of meeting up with someone new. Take some time out. Step away from the dating scene for a spell, have some ‘me’ time and enjoy the company of friends and family. After this hiatus, dating may have renewed appeal.

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