Once you are able to connect the dots, take a moment alone to visualize yourself boxing that feeling and sending it away back into your past where it belongs.
Close the door to that past memory, throw away the key and walk away.4.
But while most of us in the coupled-up camp are aware of this, we don't necessarily think we need to work on our confidence when going on a 'date' with our guys we're totally comfortable with. Not until I had a coaching session with dating guru (and head & shoulders Date Night Confidence Coach) Matthew Hussey who advised me that by putting 10% more planning into a special night with my fella (or fiancé as I should call him if that didn't feel so cringey), I – we – could experience each other in a new way that was special, memorable, and sexy. He gave me these eight tips that act like triggers to boost my dating confidence: Take care of you first, feelings follow actions.
"Properly prepare before to get into a good state for the date.
Over the years, I have seen countless women both professionally and personally who, without being aware, slip into an insecure, child-like place in their marriage.
In time, the feelings of your past will become less frequent and how you react in your marriage will no longer be weighed down by your anxiety from the past.Get very specific with the example you choose and literally visualize how confident you feel in that space.5. Embody that confident adult no matter what comes your way in your relationship.Obviously, sharing these five steps with you is pretty simple; executing them is the challenge.I steered conversation to the vision we're both excited about – our upcoming nuptials – and our goals, such as house buying. We probably weren't tipsy enough for it to remind him of our first kiss (we were on a waltzer at Lovebox festival!This instilled infectious positivity and excitement. ), but the unpredictability felt like those early days which resulted in a new, giddy freshness.