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How To Be More Body Confident When Online Dating

No matter how old we are, most of us still have a few insecurities within us that we have not yet dealt with. The most common of which would have to be body image. We’re not really body confident because, well, the rise of swipe-left, swipe-right apps may have driven us to focus more on looks than on character and personality. This isn’t a bad thing, necessarily, but what we have to work on is our perception of our body to gain the confidence we need.

Be More Body Confident With These Easy To Do Tips

You don’t have to have a banging body to be confident with yourself, first of all. It’s not about looking your best but accepting your body as it is, viewing it as beautiful and sexy. So, how do you that? Below are some tips that could help you out:

1. Don’t focus on your imperfections.

The first thing you do is focus on your strengths rather than your weaknesses. That is the first rule of being confident, not just body confident. When you see your arms flapping around, let them flap around and let your personality shine through.

2. Gain a new perspective on yourself by exercising.

We have to face facts, sometimes. If we don’t look good, maybe it’s time that we do something about it. Exercising will fix this right up because it’s one of the best ways to release happy hormones. As a result, you will lose some weight and it’s possible for you to look at yourself more positively. Also, it will make you healthier. So it’s really the best thing you could do for both your mental and physical health.

3. Affirmation

How often do you say nice things to yourself? When we always tell ourselves negative things, it’s likely that we believe it. If you have been doing this for a while, then it’s likely that your words are causing your confidence to go down. It’s time to remedy this by saying something good to yourself, maybe starting today!

These three items on the list are simple to do but it’s going to be a challenge for you because body image is something that needs a bit more time to correct. But, the earlier you start, the earlier you will have the body confident attitude you need to be successful at online dating. For more tips on self-improvement and relationships, check the rest of our blog.

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How To Become More Interesting To Other People

Whenever we go on a date, we usually assume that the other person will do everything that they can to get to know us better. This is just half true because there will always be people who will find us uninteresting. We also need to remember that there are people who find it difficult to start an interesting conversation because of their personality. Is there any way around this? Is it possible for us to do something to make us more interesting to other people? AsianDate gives you some tips.

Tips On How To Make Yourself More Interesting To Other People

There are actually a couple of techniques that you can make use of, not just for when you are on dates but, for when you are meeting people in general. These techniques will make you shine more as a person and, as a result, there’s a higher chance of making yourself more interesting:

1. DO NOT Focus On Yourself Too Much

The first mistake that we make is that we focus too much on ourselves. Initially, it is needed during introductions, but after that, you should talk about yourself less. Of course, you can always insert some nice facts about your hobbies or work here and there, but it shouldn’t take up the entire conversation.

2. Observe Social Cues

Because you are no longer focused on yourself only, you can shift your focus to other things like social cues. Observe how the person you meet moves, observe how the other person responds to what you’re saying and then act on. For example: if the person you just meet is showing interest on a certain topic, talk about it more because the response is a positive one.

3. Show Genuine Interest

The best way for you to catch a person’s attention is to show genuine interest in what he or she is saying. Maintain eye contact, make sure that your body language is open (do not cross your arms or yawn), and do follow up questions. Doing all these will make the other person feel like you’re investing your interest in them. Most likely, they will reciprocate.

It’s going to take a few tries for you to apply all three tips in a natural way but practice makes perfect. For more dating tips, check out the rest of our blog.

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The Type Of Love That Could Save Any Relationship

Did you know that there are different types of love when in a relationship? More specifically, there are seven. Whatever your specific type of love is right now, it can reveal a lot about the dynamics of your current partnership. There are couples who operate with a type of love that’s flourishing, but, there are also those who operate under the type of love that’s destructive.

The Type Of Love That Produces The Highest Relationship Satisfaction

In any case, it’s always beneficial to identify whatever type you have so that you, as a couple, can work on your problems. Before we go any further, let’s briefly identify the types of love, as well as their meanings. As mentioned, there are seven:

  • Infatuated – a kind of love that’s high on passion only. It’s usually observed or experienced in whirlwind romances.
  • Fatuous – a kind that’s high on passion and commitment, yet low on emotional connection. Most long-term couples have this kind of love.
  • Empty – this type is very unfortunate. Empty love is high on commitment only. This means that a couple is staying together with emotional disconnectedness and without physical desire.
  • Compassionate – this kind of love can also be seen in a long term couple. Most likely, people who experience this kind of love may have been friends before they became a couple. Thus, this relationship is high on intimacy and commitment, but not exactly hyper when it comes to passion.
  • Romantic – romantic love is very common. The intimacy and passion in the relationship is high, but future plans may be a little blurry as commitment is at a low.
  • Liking/friendship – this kind of love will have a couple feeling very connected. The two people may not have had physical contact or a strong desire for each other, and future plans have not been inserted into the conversation yet. Mainly, this type is high on intimacy only.

From among the types, several psychological researches say that intimacy and commitment contribute to the satisfaction that couples feel. Passion can also be another key element to a well-balanced and happy relationship. This means that you need to work on all three elements: intimacy, commitment and passion, and there actually is a type of love high on all three components.

It is called a consummate love and you are lucky if you find it.

What To Do When You Are Running On Empty Love

There is still hope when you feel like your love has already been emptied. It’s a case of putting in effort into the relationship to fix it. That’s why it’s essential to really take a good look at your relationship and assess it with honest eyes. It’s not too late. Ending the relationship will not always solve the problem. Seek counseling if necessary, and do the best that you can to open your relationship up to intimacy, commitment and passion. For more dating and relationship tips, read more from our blog.

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This Is What The Fear Of Breaking Up Can Do

Do you always experience the fear of breaking up? It’s inevitable when you’re in a relationship. Although no one wants to break up with their special someone, we cannot ignore that there’s always the chance of the partnership not working out. Maybe, this is why most of us can’t get over the fear of breaking up. However, even though the fear is present, you shouldn’t focus on it because it affects your romantic relationship in a very negative way.

The Effects Of Focusing On The Fear Of Breaking Up

Every time you focus on the fear of losing your partner, or the fear of the end of the relationship, your attention shifts away from the happy things that are currently happening in your love life. These are the following effects:

You Become Clingy

Because you’re focused on the chance of losing your partner, the tendency is for you to do everything you can to keep him or her. So, even if your partner doesn’t necessarily need or want your attention, you give it anyway. This can get very annoying and it’s likely that your partner will feel suffocated.

You Lose Interest In Your Partner

You will likely reach a point in your relationship where you’re going to lose hope. If you heavily concentrate on the end of your relationship then what’s the point of working to better something that won’t last a long time?

A Study That Backs This Up

A study that was published in the journal of Motivation and Emotion involved studying couples who were already in a romantic relationship. They were divided into two groups. The first group was given the statistics of the list of failures in their relationship, while the second group was given false feedback about the breakup with their current partner.

The results were very surprising. The study found that couples who moderately experienced the fear of breaking up bettered their relationship in a number of ways. However, couples who experienced a higher level of fear were found to have reduced positive feelings in their romantic relationship.

The bottom line of all these is that the fear of breaking up will always be present, but this shouldn’t be your main focus when you are in a relationship. Focus, instead, on developing your bond with your partner so that your blossoming love will last longer. For more tips on improving your love life, read more from our blog.