Instead of thinking of excuses, try saying “yes” more!So she isn’t as mad about Marvel films as you are and he’s not as enthusiastic about antiques as you– so what? Saying “yes” to people you wouldn’t usually consider dating will really help you figure out the kind of person you’re looking for.Here are five resolutions to fix the way you date in 2015.For those of us who have spent the past 365 days swiping left and right on Tinder, maybe going old school would yield some different results.If you’ve been chatting to someone but you’re not quite sure if you’re right for each other, dating allows you to see whether there’s a spark between you.Go on – seize the moment and say “yes” to ensure you don’t overlook someone who could be a perfect match. A lot of us promise ourselves that we’ll steer clear of the chocolates, cut the caffeine and ban the biscuits, but have you ever considered making New Year’s resolutions that will change your dating experiences for the better? Making the first move might seem like a bold move, but do it right and you could soon find yourself dating someone special.
• How to avoid online dating mistakes Analysts believe that the end of festive party season combined with the start of the New Year means prompts singles looking for love to revevaluate their needs.Pay close attention to their profile; commenting on something you’ve read will make you stand out from the crowd but a one-liner like ‘hi there’ sounds generic and a bit lazy.Instead, invest some time in writing a first email that will grab their attention; be confident and cheerful and reference something from their profile to show that you’re interested in getting to know them a little better.It’s not the most popular thing, to discourage online dating, especially when the way we engage in that space makes it easy for there to be an uptick in your quantity of dates — but that might be the issue. Step back and tell yourself you’re not going to date someone you meet online until you go out on at least one date with someone you meet in the real world.Yes, we just told you to get offline and start meeting people in real life, but this is for those who have been doing it the way of our parents’ parents for far too long. If you’re still reluctant to come around to online dating, I don’t know what to tell you to change your mind.