To get the relationship you deserve you need to become familiar with some simple steps that will ensure that you find the person of your dreams and that your relationship is solid and strong. There is a reason the divorce rate has exceeded 50%, because the foundation of many relationships is based on lies.
To find the perfect relationship you must first tell your self exactly what type of person you are looking for. Be as specific as possible, from hair color, body type, age, religion, race and their personality. Tell your self that this person is out there and that you are going to find here. Is this person already someone you are attracted to? If you have found that person already here is how you approach making a connection. You should always be honest from the first time you have contact. Try not to be forceful or eager, just ask for a simple meeting at a local coffee shop. Pay close attention when they talk, and always speak of yourself in truths.
If you begin to make up stories to try an impress them, you will be stuck telling those lies for a long time. Be honest, be yourself, and do not let the situation completely cause you to become a blubbering mess on your first meeting. This isn’t a date, so be yourself and see if there is a connection. You can tell easily if they are attracted to you, and as long as you stay honest early, you build a solid foundation that will take your relationship years into the future.
Would you know how to respond if another car hit you or you collided with another vehicle, perhaps hit someone out for a walk? Accident occur, from being lethal to a fender bender, emotions levels are peaked. There are steps that must followed at the scene of a misfortune such as this.
Primarily, and this is so important, stay at the scene of the accident. The police disdain people who leave the scene and you are referred to as a ‘hit-and-run’, an illegal act that is punishable by law. You are defenseless in front of any judge.
Secondly, you are in a state know as fight or flight, but fight this emotion and try to remain calm. Check yourself and other in the car for injuries and the severity of each.
Thirdly, call the police. The sooner the police are called the more immediate the response of, not only the police but also other emergency services such as the ambulance and fire department.
Fourthly, if the accident is a matter of exchanging information do not apologize for anything. You are in shock and what you think might have happened may not be so. By apologizing, you claim the legal financial obligation of the accident, so try to find any witnesses. You may not have went through what you thought was a red light.
Fifth, take pictures if you can, inform you insurance company and call someone you know to help you with these matters. You may not be thinking clearly.