The rules on dating
If you’re too bitter, too angry, or just still grieving over something, don’t go out on a date.
Seriously, it’s not doing anyone any favors, and it’s just going to make you look bad.
She runs Intuitive Alchemy, a sanctuary for intuitive readings and coaching.
Stay up to date through her Facebook page and receive free daily intuitive tarot readings by following her on Instagram.
Trust that internal guide and know it will be your greatest ally in creating healthy and lasting relationships.
Laura Brown is a Colorado based Intuitive Alchemist, healer and Magic Maker.
Getting wasted on the first couple of dates is still a major no-no.
There are very few things that are as bad a red flag as seeing your date get totally pickled on the first date.
You don’t have to reply to initial messages if you’re not interested. It’s not traditionally polite, but at least it will cut stuff short fast. Otherwise, people think you’re fake, married, or on the lam. While you’re at it, it’s important to remember that overly sexy pictures will not work out in your favor if you’re looking for an LTR.
Baggage is still not cool, even if today’s dating scene is way more mellowed out.
If you’re going on a first date, don’t isolate yourself and your date.
Too often we place importance on things that simply hold no meaning. Be you—leave your representative at home on your date.
Waiting for them to approach you is no more significant than if you were to approach first. All too often we are afraid of making a bad impression or their not liking us we end up putting on a front when we are on a date. There are no rules for when or whom should contact after a date.