I'm so sick of the dating game that I just want out of it." "I normally don't make resolutions for anything, but if I were for my dating life, I'd have to say to myself, Just do it.' I tend to avoid dating because it stresses me out, but for 2016 I'm just going to suck it up and just do it.'" "My New Year's—and everyday—resolution is to listen to red flags sooner: people who drink too much (pretty self-evident), are talkers, not doers (actions do speak louder), are not emotionally available (still stuck on an ex), aren't good communicators (passive-aggressiveness is not for me), and so on.Oftentimes, it is easy to be charmed by someone and overlook these things or think they'll go away, but they usually won't...For those of you who hope to get married someday, January is a great time to dust off those dating resolutions in order to make the next year one of intentional and thoughtful relationship practices.
And how will you keep yourself on track with whatever it is you decide to do? Whether you’re looking for casual dating or a lasting romantic connection, it’s hard to find what you’re looking for – even with assistance from dating sites, hookup apps, social media, meddling mothers, well-meaning friends, etc.Here are the six key resolutions that can single-handedly transform your year ahead in many powerful and positive ways.Have you always wanted to learn how to play guitar?With the 2016 just around the corner, it's time to start working on those New Year's resolutions.While many goals are likely to include the promise to exercise more, travel to a destination you've been dreaming about forever, or maybe making steps toward landing a new job, there's no reason not to raise the bar on your love life too.