Seven tips on how to find your soul mate
If you are looking for the ideal soul mate but you haven’t find him yet you might not be looking where you should. Let’s see some tips on how to find your match in 2014.
Get to know yourself very well
In order to find the perfect guy you should know your needs. Note in an agenda the qualities a man should have and which are the things you couldn’t live with. Don’t consider this list the most important thing for you. A man shouldn’t fulfill all the criteria you have on the list in order to be the perfect one. But it’s good to know what you are looking for.
Look around yourself
Before starting to look for your soul mate you should look better around you. Your best friend, your neighbor or colleague could be the perfect partner for you. Ask yourself if the men around you are just friends or could be more than that.
Be more friendly
You will never know the perfect man if you are always shy and you run when someone tries to approach you at a party. Start conversations with people you have just met. A training of acting should help you.
Look for him in the right place
Look at the list of qualities you created and see if the features you are looking are around this subject. If you want a passionate, creative guy, who should like music start going to concerts and clubs where you might meet him.
Give everyone a chance
Even if someone doesn’t seem Mr. Right, give him a chance and accept to go out with him. You won’t lose anything and you might change your opinion about him after that dinner.
Don’t refuse friends help
Blind dates don’t always have a bad end. Taking into consideration that some of your friends might know you better that yourself, if one says he knows someone appropriate for you than don’t say no. Who knows what could happen.
Don’t waste time
If you like someone but you know he is not what you desire don’t waste time in a superficial relationship. The right man might appear when you are in the middle of a wrong relationship. Avoid this kind of situation and don’t get stuck in a relationship you don’t really want.