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Dating Advice Tips: How To Create A Dating Time Capsule

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Dating Advice Tips: How to create a dating capsule in order to let go of the past.

Dating Advice Tips axiom: Dating can be scary and unpredictable. Partially because the thought of dating can itself be scary, but also because you might not have put your dating past to rest.

As a result, any future dates can be fraught with pitfalls, perils, and even a few land mine blasting gotchas.

If you’re one of the lucky few who have decided that the benefits out weigh the pitfalls however, or you’re on the fence, here’s how to lay the past to rest using what we like to call a dating time capsule.

Dating Can Damage Your Self Esteem

But first, let’s talk a moment about self-esteem. No question about it, dating can be hard on your self esteem! And that can take its toll on future relationships.

But just because one relationship ends or moves on, doesn’t mean you should toss the baby out with the bath water so to speak. In other words, don’t give up dating altogether because you couldn’t make a previous relationship work.

You’re a valuable, desirable person. And everyone is good at something. Rather than dwelling on the past, think about the future and what you want it to be. Visualize your new date/relationship in every detail.

That stuff you’ve been hearing about the power of intention and how changing your thoughts changes your life really works. Heck there’s even a guy at Stanford University that claims to have a complex mathematical model for how it works.

Anyway, visualize the type of person you want to meet down to the smallest detail. Visualize the date itself down to the smallest detail. Repeat this when you wake up in the morning and just before you go to bed at night.

And at least once a day, reaffirm your self worth. You’re an amazing person, you’re just doing something that can be a bit scary.

Now here’s the most scary thing of all…

Letting Go Of The Past

Letting go of previous relationships and bad dating experiences can be difficult at best. We often dwell on both the positive and the negative aspects of a relationship and our experiences, and we can become locked in place – unable to let go and unable to move forward.

Here’s how to let go once and for all…

Create Your Own Dating Time Capsule

No doubt those past memories – good and bad – will come bubbling to the surface as you try to get back into the dating game. So…

Examine them one last time, acknowledge them, then ritualistically let them go. Don’t let those old feelings overwhelm you.

Now write down some of those old memories on paper – particularly the ones you find hardest to let go of. Include thoughts about self-esteem as it applied to that relationship. Phrase them any way you want. Be angry, be sad, be happy. Just write them down.

Now if you have a few trinkets from past relationships, don’t toss them into the garbage.

Instead we suggest you place them in a box with the pages you’ve just written and  other objects and photos from your previous relationships and create a kind of dating time capsule.

That way its all safely locked away in the past and when you want to take a walk down memory lane, you can pull the box out and rummage through it’s contents. You can also safely put the box away when you can’t handle it, knowing that your old memories are safe, out of the way and can do you no harm.

It’s that simple.

So lay your past to rest by creating your own dating time capsule and tuck those memories – and all that stuff that triggers your memories – safely away.

Come back for a visit whenever you like. You’ll be surprised at how much you’ve grown.

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