Instead, enjoy the journey. Yes, you’re trying to find someone to connect with, but in the meantime, you get to go to some great restaurants, see that new museum show, and have someone to bike with. Have fun with it.
When dating has become like a part-time job, on top of your regular job, it’s time to step back and assess.
It could be time for a break, as some of my clients say. But evaluating your approach and changing things up a bit may just give you the optimism and energy to chill out and have a good time.
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