Do you have these habits?
Tough luck, right? You just can’t seem to find a person with whom you can really fall in love with. You can’t seem to land yourself in a loving relationship with someone who would move heaven and earth just to be with you. Why is that so? Why can’t you seem to find someone to love you the way that you want? Well, at first, you would be inclined to think that the problem lies with the people you’re dating. Maybe they’re the ones who are dealing with issues at the moment and that’s why they just can’t get with you. Perhaps they aren’t emotionally mature enough to be in a real relationship with anyone and so that’s why you never were able to work things out.
However, you can’t be so blind and conceited so as not to think that maybe you’re the problem here. Remember that the common factor in all of these equations is you. Maybe the reason why you never seem to find success in dating is because you are the problem after all. Maybe there are some aspects of your personality and character that you might need to fix. Of course, you shouldn’t have to change the fundamentals and core foundations of your personality just to accommodate another person into your life. You should still be strong enough to stick to your principles and your beliefs.
But you should also be humble enough to acknowledge that you are only human and that there is always something that you can work on to become a better individual overall. A lot of what defines our character are the habits that we carry with us on a daily basis. Sometimes, we unknowingly have bad habits that we do every day that make us more repulsive or difficult to be around. These habits aren’t necessarily tied to our integrity as individuals, and so it shouldn’t be an issue for us to give these habits up in an effort to make people like us more. You are going to make it more difficult on yourself if you refuse to acknowledge that you have bad habits.
To enlighten you further on some possible bad habits that are diminishing your chances of finding true love, you should read on until the end of this list. Some of these bad habits are seemingly innocent and a lot of people are guilty of them without even really realizing it. You have to be self-aware enough to know if you’re committing these bad habits so that you can correct them immediately.
1. You interrupt people right when they’re trying to say something important.
Never ever interrupt other people when they’re trying to express something that is important to them. Remember that part of being an effective communicator is being able to listen to what another person is telling you without hindering them from doing so.
2 .You expect other people to clean your mess up for you.
You are a flawed human being. You have your imperfections and you are going to screw up every now and then. Don’t worry about it. No one is going to hate you for not being perfect. But people aren’t going to be so tolerant of the fact that you never seem to care about your screw ups. Whenever you make a mess, you have to own up to it and clean up after yourself.
3. You share too much about your personal life on your social media pages.
No one ever likes that person who shares too much on social media. Yes, your social media page is an outlet for your emotions and your sentiments. But that doesn’t mean you should always be resorting to your social media page to air out your negative grievances all the time.
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4. You find a way to make every conversation revolve around you.
No one likes a person who is overly narcissistic. You have to be able to make people think that there is room enough for other egos in your life. You can’t keep on trying to make everything about yourself because it just comes across as egotistical and conceited. Self-obsession is very unhealthy in plenty ways.
5. You have a tendency to never stick to your scheduled appointments.
Stop being late. When you settle on a time slot for an appointment, stick to that time slot. Don’t be running late especially if you do so consistently. When you are always late, you are essentially letting other people wait after you. You are telling them that their time doesn’t matter much to you.
6. You stare at your phone more than the people you’re with.
There is a time to get engrossed with your phone screen, and it’s not when you’re in the presence of your friends and family. Put your phone down every once in a while and learn to interact with the people who are around you in the moment.
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