Advice dating man online
It wasn’t until I met a woman named Meghan Holzhauer (whom I interviewed for a story about couples who work together) that I realized it didn’t have to be this way.
Meghan told me about “intentional” or “deeper dating” — a philosophy she learned from her life coach that changed how she thought about dating.
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By the time I met Pete, I already knew we had a lot in common - 83% to be precise!
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For me, the key to making the philosophy work is seeing all forms of connections as equally compelling.
It’s about dating purely to find connection with others at any level, rather than dating specifically to find a partner.
Upon first reading, I was struck by the flexibility of the approach.
Maybe we’d fall for each other — we had so much in common — but we’d take our time. Neither seemed appealing, but I chalked it up to what everyone says: Dating is hard.
Future dates took shape in my mind: afternoons at the Guggenheim, picnics in the park with a bottle of white. There were texts that went unanswered for three days, late-Friday-night follow-ups littered with apologies.