The way we connect with people is very important. The way we talk, what we talk about, the choice of words we make may seem very trivial. However, we need to realize that all of these play a bigger role in our lives. Our conversation habits, believe it or not, can actually attract serious partners.
Conversation Habits That Could Let You Meet Someone Serious
It’s hard to believe, but there are studies that actually back this claim up. Below, we compiled a few of the conversation habits one needs to have in order to attract people – romantically, for friendships, as well as professionally.
1. Positive Conversations
Let’s start with the most basic. If you always have positive conversations with people, their experience will be pleasant, generally. Based on a number of experts, no one wants to talk to somebody who is always so negative about everything because it’s draining.
2. Pay Attention
Do you get distracted whenever you talk to someone? Well, this is not such a great conversation habit to have. When you don’t pay attention, it gives people the impression that what they’re saying is not important to you. Try your best to maintain eye contact, nod whenever possible, and deliberately be present in every conversation you have. Show that you’re interested and the person you’re talking to will reciprocate.
Honesty and authenticity go a long way when it comes to attracting long-term partners. Experts say that those who make serious partners don’t form a facade. They present and talk about themselves in the realist way. In a general sense, people love authenticity, and they usually can tell if a person is putting on a mask or not.
4. Inward Confidence
People who attract long-term partners usually have an inner kind of confidence instead of an outward one. In short, they don’t rely on outside forces to make themselves feel good.
5. Being Wrong Is OK
People don’t attract long-term partner by being argumentative. Those who attract their ideal partner knows that being wrong, especially during conversations (when talking about facts and opinion), is OK.
Do you have any of these conversation habits? If you have some, that’s good. You already have a base to work on. Strive to develop healthier conversation habits to connect better with people and to attract a serious partner. For more tips on self-improvement and dating, read more from our blog.