Trans­form Your Love Life

Whether you’re newly sin­gle or start­ing over, dat­ing can be daunt­ing but these six top tips will rein­vent your love life... for the bet­ter!

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No mat­ter what age you are, whether you’re newly sin­gle or just eas­ing your­self slowly back into the dat­ing game, it can be a daunt­ing time, re­la­tion­ship ex­pert, Lucy Jones gives us her top tips to help you em­brace the sin­gle life to the full! Many peo­ple won­der, ‘What can I say to a guy to make my­self ap­peal­ing?.’ The prob­lem is that’s the wrong ques­tion to be ask­ing. Do you know what per­cent­age of daily com­mu­ni­ca­tion is based on what we say? It’s around seven per cent. The tone of our voice and body lan­guage make up a mas­sive 93 per cent of all com­mu­ni­ca­tion. Take note on how you present your­self and if it’s invit­ing or de­fen­sive. Are you open or closed off? Are you leaning in or leaning away? These sub­tle vari­a­tions will have a mas­sive im­pact on how the op­po­site sex sees you.

1. Cre­ate a chal­lenge

There’s a rea­son why play­ing hard-to-get is widely re­garded as an ef­fec­tive strat­egy when try­ing to bag that spe­cial guy – it can work, but it’s im­por­tant to know why it works and how this can help you in all ar­eas of a re­la­tion­ship. Play­ing hard-to-get isn’t about mak­ing the guy suf­fer or test­ing his pa­tience, it’s about set­ting a chal­lenge. If dat­ing were easy it wouldn’t be fun. Now, we’re not re­ally sug­gest­ing play­ing hard-to-get (es­pe­cially if you’re look­ing to set­tle down), but show­ing your in­tel­li­gence, be­ing witty and keep­ing a guy on his toes is a great way to seem ap­peal­ing but not dif­fi­cult. with these 6 steps!

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