Dating Resolutions for a Love-Filled 2023

How did 2022 treat you love-wise? If it wasn’t so good, just like for the rest of us, it’s a very mature thing to go and look up some good dating resolutions for the future to ensure yourself a more successful dating year. If you already have some ideas for your dating resolutions, it’s worth enriching them with a few more picks from the following list:

Leave ghosting in 2022

Come on, we’re all adults here and it’s time to stop playing games and hurting people for fun. Ghosting is one of the most hurtful things you can do to a person you’re dating or texting—completely ignoring them without explanation. On this note, zombieing is also something that needs to stay in the past. Zombieing is when a “ghoster” comes back to life to check up on the person and try to rekindle to romance or start texting them again. This is also a very toxic trait that doesn’t benefit anyone involved but just makes you bad at dating.

Be more open-minded

It’s understandable that you have a type when it comes to partners, but this year, try to be more open-minded. Humans are quite unpredictable and we might think we want one thing, but it very often turns out that we need something completely different. So in 2023, don’t just write off someone because they don’t fit into the mold. Who knows, if you give people a shot, they might surprise you.

Give dating apps a shot

It would be best and most romantic to meet your partner in a bookstore or at a concert of your favorite band, but real life is not a Hallmark movie. Instead, try dating apps, and make sure to diversify! Tinder and Bumble are great, but if you have refined tastes and specific expectations, you’ll need to check out other dating apps as well. For instance, you can try sugar dating apps that connect wealthy men with beautiful women for a mutually-beneficial friendship. This form of dating is great for pragmatic people because it’s 100% honest and straightforward but also loaded with the potential to meet a great person and make a genuine connection.

Stop ignoring red flags

Engaging in harmful behaviors and dating dirtbags might make for a good story in the end, but it’s definitely not good for your inner peace and general health. Having fun and being young, wild and free is great, but those toxic parts that come in between the fun moments are not worth it. If you always have a hard time noticing red flags, go tactical in 2023 and start keeping a journal to see whether you can notice any behavior patterns. You’re not color-blind so don’t ignore red flags when you finally notice them, but take action and dump your boyfriend or girlfriend ASAP. 

Don’t settle for bad sex

For most people, intimacy is a huge part of dating. While everyone has the capacity to be a good lover, many simply don’t care to live up to their full potential. Well, it’s time to improve your sex life and experience true pleasure and intimacy. Consider introducing some toys to your bedroom and practice open communication with your partner (or partners). Your pleasure is just as important as your partner’s and vice versa, so keep it 50/50 when it comes to bed games.

Trust your gut more

When has your gut ever lied to you? In 2023, practice listening to what your subconscious tells you and practice what you hear. Suppose a person is too good to be true. In that case, there’s probably something hiding underneath that might not fit your standards to the T. Your gut might also be warning you of some red flags like gaslighting, manipulation or emotional abuse that you can’t notice due to your “rose-colored glasses”.

Just stay consistent and value yourself because you deserve to be treated with love and respect. If you keep these dating resolutions in mind throughout 2023, you’ll be amazed how pleasant, fun and happy dating can make you.

RJ Frometa
Author: RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.
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