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Do you utter a constant stream of self deprecation? However, we have to know when we are being completely unrealistic. You're amazing the way you are and if those around you do not support that then it's time to find a new squad.

Character traits cannot be cherry-picked to create your dream guy. If you have issues being alone, you need to go figure that shit out. Go out to dinner by yourself, no cell phone, no book, no external distractions, just you and your thoughts.

While these magical creatures do occur naturally in the world, you must stumble upon them.

You continue to have really bad online dating experiences, only to return to online dating again and again. You continue to have really bad online dating experiences, only to return to online dating again and again. If the latter is more up your alley, there's a new site for vous.

You refuse to quit your account, despite only meeting a bunch of weirdos. In fact, you either need to rethink your strategy or... You refuse to quit your account, despite only meeting a bunch of weirdos. In fact, you either need to rethink your strategy or...

These people have your best interest at heart and will tell you when you're falling for a f*ckboy because you're dick drunk. If you NEED a partner to love and support you then you are setting yourself up for failure. Relying on another person, romantic or platonic, to care for, love and/or support you, will ultimately lead to disappointment. What will you do if that person can no longer be there for you or leaves altogether? Explore the dating world for the sake of rediscovering yourself.

Let's first identify the difference between “needing” something versus “wanting” something. Get your shit together, be a boss ass bitch and learn to be emotionally independent. If you go looking for trouble be certain that you will find it.

[Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Ozy Frantz.

I do not necessarily endorse everything it says, but I do contingently agree with a lot of it.

Presenting you with rose tinted glasses that inevitably color your view of them. Wouldn't you rather hear about his vacation to Bali in person rather than see it through a screen? Why obsess over that untagged girl in his picture from nine weeks ago? Do you read into small actions such as turning over his cell phone face down or bringing it into the bathroom when you're together? You should not misinterpret his messages, words and body language. I am a Pisces with a moon in Cancer and ascendant Leo, however, I do not rely on the stars to tell me if I will be compatible with my intended partner. Before you go calling Miss Cleo to discover some predetermined fate, try actually meeting with him in person and getting to know him prior to making a decision. We are humans, and as such we are inevitably flawed (except for our Kween #Praise Yoncé). Expecting every new love interest to embody Prince Charming is A. Allow your partner to be their unapologetic true selves. Learn to be secure enough in your relationship, your partner and yourself that this never needs to be done.

Who the f*ck cares if he has his third house in Aries and that won't work because your ex boyfriend's sister's best friend, who you went on a terrible date with that one time, was an Aries? Words are powerful -- especially the words we say about ourselves. You need to accept him for who he is, not for what he does.“I want a boyfriend who is least 6ft tall, has a 401(k), works in finance, likes fine art, doesn't look at other women, is available all the time, dresses well, reads Alexandre Dumas, buys me flowers, lives alone, eats vegan, practices martial arts, can play guitar, doesn't smoke, and is family oriented.”It's wise to have a general list of qualities you would like your partner to embody. This may sound cliché, but that is because it has been tried and proven true. If the person you are dating does not like that then FUCK THEM. There are over 7 BILLION people in the world so why the fuck would you try to change yourself for ONE person?

Typically, they give advice that centers around compromise, patience and understanding instead of the standard “F*ck him! ”Friends who tell you exactly what you want to hear, I'm sorry to say are no good.