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Saying What You Really Want To Say

Published: Mar 03, 2006 - 11:22 AM

Have you ever been talking to someone you are interested in dating and wished you had put your shoe in your mouth instead of saying anything at all? Or have you wanted to tell someone that you like them, but dont known how to do it? If so, you are normal. Seriously, many people don?t always say things the way they want to say them. If you want to overcome this problem consider the following suggestions.
1) Remember you will not always say things perfectly. Plan to make a few mistakes, but when you make a mistake don?t focus on it. If you pay a lot of attention to it, others will also.

2) Don?t overtalk. Most people make their biggest mistakes by saying more than they should. Listening can be your greatest asset.

3) If you don?t know what you want to say, take some time to evaluate what you are really wanting to say. This is very important in communicating your truest feelings. Many people say things before they process how they really feel. Your greatest advantage in communicating may be waiting to talk until you are clear on what you want to say. Some people find it is helpful to write down their thoughts so they can see them on paper.

4) If you really like someone tell them. There is nothing wrong with being open and honest with someone. If they are a person who is worth your time they will either respond in a positive manner or they will politely decline your offer. No matter what, if you are open and honest they will know how you feel.

About the Author
Yair Czitrom is the owner and webmaster of www.jaters.com - Free Jewish dating, Jewish singles & Jewish matchmaking service. Yair is an experienced online dater that took his dating knowledge and web skills to help other daters/singles in today?s cyber world. He is an expert writer on ezinearticles.com and searchwarp.com
 

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