Mornings with Dave & Jen

Date Night
Date Night

Have you been single for a while and can’t figure out why?

Perhaps you’re making one of these four common mistakes from Match.com:

You don’t get out and socialize often enough.  Binge watching “Game of Thrones” SOUNDS appealing after a long work week but it’s not going to get you any dates.

You keep dating the same type of person over and over again.  If your last few relationships failed miserably, it’s probably time to reassess and make some changes.

You have a “friend with benefits.”  Having a sure thing is such a tempting option, it’ll probably keep you from meeting someone who’s dating material and if you’re hoping it develops into an ACTUAL relationship, you’re probably wasting your time.

You’re still hung up on an ex.  The last thing anyone wants to hear about is how big a jerk your ex is.  If you’ve still got some baggage from a past relationship, deal with it before trying to jump into something new.

And remember the words of Michael Jordan who said “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take”…get out there and meet someone new!

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