Recognize how your past relationships have progressed early on and evaluate if your current (or future) relationship is following the same pattern. Think about when certain milestone events took place: the first kiss, the first time you said, “I love you,” the first time you indicated a commitment.
Mind you, there’s nothing wrong with strong feelings of attraction—it’s how individuals handle their passion that causes the relationship to evolve in a healthy or unhealthy way. By identifying these “signpost” events, you can determine if your relationships have evolved at a hurried pace or a steady one.
Taking a look at the past can ensure a brighter future.
When you identify patterns from previous relationships—and correct them—you’ll enable the next one to be lasting and fulfilling.
Perhaps you've seen it in yourself or your friends — Sally always goes for guys who are emotionally unavailable and Jeff only goes for girls who are after his money.
When you're comfortable being single, you can change your dating dynamic by choosing who you want to date based on what you feel, rather than what you fear.
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Lots of people have a tendency to fear breakups because of their fear of being alone; conquering this fear is a key to breaking the pattern of bad dating.
So, take some time to deal with yourself head on and crush that fear of being single.