If you are single and dead-set on finding a certain kind of person, that might not work wonderfully for you.
"While easy and familiar, it's limiting and restricts the person's pool of available men or women."Echoing other dating experts, Di Rocco says it's best to date based on the way someone's personality shines through.
"The person who is really your type has some common interests and ideals, good character, trustworthy and loves you." So if you're with someone who shares your interests and ideals, has a strong character and is totally, madly, deeply in love with you, guess what? "By the time you're out of your teen years, you really should have learned that it’s not what’s outside that counts, but what’s inside that counts; so stop judging people by their looks alone." When you meet someone, close your eyes and try to tap into their personality — not their looks.
"Stop worrying if he’s cute, or how tall or short he is, or whether she has blonde hair and long legs, and start looking for a mate with substance, style, and a whole lot of soul.""Boxing oneself into a type is a big mistake in dating," Nicole Di Rocco, dating and relationship coach for executive women, tells Bustle.
"For instance, if you keep dating married men, you’ve got a type — married men." Let's all hope that is not your type, for your heart's sake.