Let a man treat you like a fast food drive-thru (put his order in at the window then pull up to get his grub) and that's how he'll view you.Fancy restaurants - and fancy girls - require reservations made well in advance. Quick Fix: To make sure you're his "Plan A" girl (not the "Plan B" girl he calls after his first choice turns him down), I recommend setting a firm cut-off limit after which you're "busy" - period.To avoid repeating the same mistakes over and over again, first you've got to recognize them.So here goes: Dating Mistake #1: Approaching Him First.
If not, then let him float away now, before he wastes more of your time and ends up breaking your heart. Look approachable and friendly - that's all the encouragement your future (adoring) husband needs. You've just met the guy and you're telling him about the back-stabber in your office, the fight you had with your sister, the details of your recent root canal. During the first few dates, the man is still essentially a stranger.Again, remind us: "Men fall in love quickly - but they also fall out of love quickly." Sure, it can be flattering, even exhilharating, when a man you've just met wants to see you several times a week and talk to you for hours on the phone.But unfortunately the result is a white-hot romance that burns brightly and then fizzles out.Among all the invaluable lessons in authors Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider emphasize this point as the most important.
It may go against conventional dating advice, which encourages women to flirt and even strike up a conversation.
As Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo exhort the lovelorn in : "Don't waste the pretty!