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While our male counterparts can confuse the heck out of us Dignity Daters, sometimes they can be the best when it comes to dishing out dating advice.Now that you have access to the Dating with Dignity’s Men’s Advice Column (Starting with these seven dating tips for women from men! Don’t let a man become the center of your universe.Men are attracted to confident women who get the concept of “interdependence.” Interdependence requires that you’re both independent and dependent; that means you create sacred space for your relationship as well as sacred space for your work, passions and friends.Don’t lose the things that are most important to you, and keep doing what you were doing before you started dating him: your Sunday morning yoga class, a yearly vacation with your college roommates, etc.There’s nothing more annoying than phones ringing whilst trying to spend quality time out with friends, and it’s just as irritating on a date.Don’t just put it on silent or vibrate, as you can still become distracted. If she knows that you’ve turned your phone off to focus entirely on the date, she’ll appreciate you’re taking the time to engage with her fully.Yes you do have to be serious sometimes, but in the early stages of dating, have some fun. It’s best to stay away from the conversation altogether.It’s unlikely that your date will be interested and it can make things feel awkward between you.
Remember, he fell in love with the dynamic “you” who has her own interests and passions who wanted to make him a part of your life, not the whole darn thing.On your date, make sure you don’t do all the talking.If this date goes well, there will be lots more opportunities to share your stories in the future.Don’t be scared of pauses and help mix up the conversation by asking your date questions.Listening is important, as it shows that you are interested in what she has to say. On your first date, you don’t want to get into an in-depth conversation about why you don’t enjoy your job, or other issues you’ve been having.