The Love Report

Do you date on potential?

a frustrated couple, not living up to his potential

Are you sick of dating “potential”?

Does this sound familiar to you?

“He’d be the perfect guy, if only…”

“The guy I’m dating right now, I get so frustrated… if he would only listen to me, just a little bit. We could be so great for each other.”

“I know he wants to change, I mean, I think he does. I just don’t understand why he’s not changing.”

Do you date people on potential? Do you look at somebody and think to yourself when I’m through with them, they’re going to be perfect for me.

Really? Isn’t that the definition of insanity?

Expecting somebody to change who doesn’t really want to change?

They actually like the way that they are.

And yet, so many women settle for a man based on their potential, because they don’t know how to attract a man who is right for them. If you date on potential, you’re going to end up being frustrated. Over and over again.

Today, join David and I as we go through, how to stop dating on potential and start recognizing the gem of a man that’s already there. So you can begin to accept and appreciate your lover for who he is and he will appreciate you. We’ll also teach you how to date so you attract men that are right for you, instead of being a magnet for those with “potential.”


2 Responses to Do you date on potential?

  1. Xixi says:

    Thank you for the post…I think in the past I was always hoping that
    the guy I was with was the one. Up ’til now I have dated these men that
    were really unavailable (too old, had kids, long distance, etc), but I
    would make up excuses for them and myself. Eventually, I ended up being
    disappointed. I haven’t found Mr. RIght, but I will keep myself open
    when that person shows up.

  2. ladynai says:

    Yes, this is what I call the “fixer-upper.” And do research: if they claim to be a devout whatever, see if they are in leadership or a member someplace. I used to listen for the words and believe them. Now, I see if their actions match up to their claims of who they say they are.

    The first time someone shows you who they are, believe them – Maya Angelou

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *