A tell-tale sign of a successful relationship is when you share at least four core values with your partner.
London, UK (PRWEB UK) 23 March 2013
There was a time when a blind date or a ‘lonely heart’ column were the only ways to meet someone new, but now with online dating, there are more options than ever before, but has this made the process easier or more daunting and overwhelming? Yourwellness Magazine turned to relationship coach and speaker, Candy Janetta, to find out how to find the perfect match “needle” in the proverbial haystack.
For Candy Janetta, author of How to Meet Your Perfect Match, people wanting to find “The One” should begin with looking at the one they are currently with. “A tell-tale sign of a successful relationship is when you share at least four core values with your partner. These could include integrity, health, adventure, security, having a good work-life balance, and even spiritual or political affiliations.”
If a current relationship isn’t providing those core values, Candy recommended starting the dreaded online dating search with these in mind, as well as the desired qualities of a prospective partner. The temptation might be to look for a certain level of wealth or good looks, but Candy showed Yourwellness how these things may not lead to a stable and happy relationship in the long run.
Candy also outlined the five main ways of persevering with online dating, even in the face of multiple rejections:
1. Remember that every “no” means being one step closer to a “yes”.
2. It’s always possible to learn something from every date or relationship.
3. Moaning, shopping and comfort eating are only short-term solutions to ease the pain of rejection.
4. It’s easier to attract more interesting people by demonstrating a positive attitude, self-confidence and a good sense of humour.
5. Remember to be interesting, and interested in, people and things going on.
To find out about Candy Janetta, her book, and her coaching sessions and workshops, visit http://www.howtomeetyourperfectmatch.com
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