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This is for my ex 😈
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#relationshipmemes #datingmemes #datingquotes

This is for my ex 😈
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#relationshipmemes #datingmemes #datingquotes
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And I hope you get 🔥🔥
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#datingmemes #datinglifesucks #relatable

And I hope you get 🔥🔥
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#datingmemes #datinglifesucks #relatable
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Thankyou, next 💅🏼
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#arianagrande #datingmemes #thankyounext #singleasapringle

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#arianagrande #datingmemes #thankyounext #singleasapringle
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And then they moan they putting on weight kmt 😏 @thats__so__meme #girlfriendmemes

And then they moan they putting on weight kmt 😏 @thats__so__meme #girlfriendmemes
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In case you missed the memo, you’re always allowed to say NO to holding space.
Holding space and being present for others requires a lot of energy, which is why it’s so important we go into those situations being in the right headspace (and heartspace). If you’re overloaded, holding space for someone else is going to result in increased irritation, likely some version of a snappy or snarky response or if you’re real good at swallowing your feelings, that irritation will turn inward in the form of harsh inner criticism or be outwardly spewed as passive aggressiveness to someone else not involved in the holding space situation.
Yikes!

I got asked the other day “how do I advocate for myself?” And while I’m going to deep dive into this in the upcoming webinar (Preventing Emotional Manipulation) this is also a real good place to start:

1. When someone asks to “talk” before you give an automated yes, take a hot minute to check in with yourself. Are you in the right headspace and heartspace to do so and remain compassionate, clear and loving?
2. Is it something you actually WANT to do in that now moment?
Because if either of these answers is a NO, holding space is going to go sideways and damage the emotional safety of the connection.
Lying and saying yes when you really mean no, doesn’t enhance intimacy it burns it to the ground.
But honesty builds intimacy.

This also means, when YOU need space held for you, there has to be an allowance for people to say no to you. Otherwise it’s just a manipulative demand that will feel icky to both people and the closeness you’re after will be repelled so darn fast.
Give yourself permission to say no, when no is the truest answer. Weather the initial discomfort. Advocating for yourself in this way keeps connections energetically clean, and emotionally connected. It also boosts your vitality and aliveness.
If this is tricky for you, that’s ok. It’s a learned skill. One I’ll be teaching in the online workshop webinar next week. The deets to join are in my bio!

If we want relationships that feel good to be in, we can’t leave room for the shit storm emotional manipulation stirs up.
So let’s nip it.
Ok?
Ok!

In case you missed the memo, you’re always allowed to say NO to holding space. 
Holding space and being present for others requires a lot of energy, which is why it’s so important we go into those situations being in the right headspace (and heartspace). If you’re overloaded, holding space for someone else is going to result in increased irritation, likely some version of a snappy or snarky response or if you’re real good at swallowing your feelings, that irritation will turn inward in the form of harsh inner criticism or be outwardly spewed as passive aggressiveness to someone else not involved in the holding space situation. 
Yikes!

I got asked the other day “how do I advocate for myself?” And while I’m going to deep dive into this in the upcoming webinar (Preventing Emotional Manipulation) this is also a real good place to start:

1. When someone asks to “talk” before you give an automated yes, take a hot minute to check in with yourself. Are you in the right headspace and heartspace to do so and remain compassionate, clear and loving? 
2. Is it something you actually WANT to do in that now moment? 
Because if either of these answers is a NO, holding space is going to go sideways and damage the emotional safety of the connection. 
Lying and saying yes when you really mean no, doesn’t enhance intimacy it burns it to the ground. 
But honesty builds intimacy.

This also means, when YOU need space held for you, there has to be an allowance for people to say no to you. Otherwise it’s just a manipulative demand that will feel icky to both people and the closeness you’re after will be repelled so darn fast. 
Give yourself permission to say no, when no is the truest answer. Weather the initial discomfort. Advocating for yourself in this way keeps connections energetically clean, and emotionally connected. It also boosts your vitality and aliveness. 
If this is tricky for you, that’s ok. It’s a learned skill. One I’ll be teaching in the online workshop webinar next week. The deets to join are in my bio!

If we want relationships that feel good to be in, we can’t leave room for the shit storm emotional manipulation stirs up. 
So let’s nip it. 
Ok? 
Ok!
1,258 31 8 December, 2019

It’s pretty difficult to live an inspired life when we’re so busy shitting all over ourselves.
Whoever told you that criticism was constructive was a liar. A big, stinking liar.
Because the thing is, criticism erodes safety. It disconnects us from ourselves and others. It has ZERO transformational value.
Talking shit to yourself about yourself will not get you to the places you want to go.
Self-approval, being honest, constructively looking at the places where we have room for improvement without dragging ourselves through nasty put downs and character slamming, being generous...all of these things are waaaaaay more effective in creating safety within your own internal experience.
It starts by noticing the things you DO like about yourself. The things you appreciate. The things you’re grateful for.
You’re worthy of having a life that feels good to be in, and it starts with the way you treat and talk to yourself.
Now, I will say, a lot of the time we learned this self-shaming behaviour from the world around us.
When we’ve been emotionally manipulated, put down, shamed, bullied, guilted, or any other form of toxic relating- we will pick up self-criticism real fast.
We think if we internally berate and turn hyper critical on ourselves we can prevent making mistakes, the mistakes that cost us the approval, attention and belonging with others.
But, this is a failing strategy. Being mean to you doesn’t prevent mistakes, nor does it draw a bubble of belonging around you.
It just dissociates you from you, which if we want to really belong, we have to feel that within ourselves AND with others.
To support ya’ll in this new self-approving quest for this new fancy decade, @jamie.n.rea and I made a podcast episode for you that dropped this morning, and at the end we share our 12 Dates of Gratitude Challenge. You gotta listen to the end to hear about it AND head to the show notes to get in on it.
If you want more depth and support navigating the roots of the criticism... emotional manipulation (aka gaslighting, Guilt-trips, walking on eggshells, shaming etc), get in on the webinar. Deets in bio!
The 30% off Promo code: 30KCREW valid til tomorrow!

It’s pretty difficult to live an inspired life when we’re so busy shitting all over ourselves. 
Whoever told you that criticism was constructive was a liar. A big, stinking liar. 
Because the thing is, criticism erodes safety. It disconnects us from ourselves and others. It has ZERO transformational value. 
Talking shit to yourself about yourself will not get you to the places you want to go. 
Self-approval, being honest, constructively looking at the places where we have room for improvement without dragging ourselves through nasty put downs and character slamming, being generous...all of these things are waaaaaay more effective in creating safety within your own internal experience. 
It starts by noticing the things you DO like about yourself. The things you appreciate. The things you’re grateful for. 
You’re worthy of having a life that feels good to be in, and it starts with the way you treat and talk to yourself. 
Now, I will say, a lot of the time we learned this self-shaming behaviour from the world around us. 
When we’ve been emotionally manipulated, put down, shamed, bullied, guilted, or any other form of toxic relating- we will pick up self-criticism real fast. 
We think if we internally berate and turn hyper critical on ourselves we can prevent making mistakes, the mistakes that cost us the approval, attention and belonging with others. 
But, this is a failing strategy. Being mean to you doesn’t prevent mistakes, nor does it draw a bubble of belonging around you. 
It just dissociates you from you, which if we want to really belong, we have to feel that within ourselves AND with others. 
To support ya’ll in this new self-approving quest for this new fancy decade, @jamie.n.rea and I made a podcast episode for you that dropped this morning, and at the end we share our 12 Dates of Gratitude Challenge. You gotta listen to the end to hear about it AND head to the show notes to get in on it. 
If you want more depth and support navigating the roots of the criticism... emotional manipulation (aka gaslighting, Guilt-trips, walking on eggshells, shaming etc), get in on the webinar. Deets in bio! 
The 30% off Promo code: 30KCREW valid til tomorrow!
2,263 24 5 December, 2019

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It may seem hopeless at times.⁣⁣
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But the person that’s meant for you is waiting on you as well.⁣⁣
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They’re going on dates with the wrong people too.⁣⁣
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They’re getting hurt by the wrong person too.⁣⁣
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They’re contemplating giving up too.⁣⁣
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But as long as you keep going and keep faith you will eventually cross paths with each other.⁣⁣
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Don’t give up hope too soon. ❤️⁣

Meme by: @love_relationship.us

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It may seem hopeless at times.⁣⁣
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But the person that’s meant for you is waiting on you as well.⁣⁣
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They’re going on dates with the wrong people too.⁣⁣
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They’re getting hurt by the wrong person too.⁣⁣
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They’re contemplating giving up too.⁣⁣
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But as long as you keep going and keep faith you will eventually cross paths with each other.⁣⁣
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Don’t give up hope too soon. ❤️⁣
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Meme by: @love_relationship.us
1,181 86 1 December, 2019

I don’t know which feminist needs to hear this but it’s not an excuse to not be a gentleman and pay for her food.

I don’t know which feminist needs to hear this but it’s not an excuse to not be a gentleman and pay for her food.
1,467 43 6 December, 2019

We all deserve to be happy and if the person we are with or dating is incapable of that, is it worth sacrificing your happiness so you aren’t alone? Find out what Jane thinks about this- new blog post- Link in bio
👉@happilyeverjane for more memes
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We all deserve to be happy and if the person we are with or dating is incapable of that, is it worth sacrificing your happiness so you aren’t alone? Find out what Jane thinks about this- new blog post- Link in bio
👉@happilyeverjane for more memes
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2,579 14 7 December, 2019

Weed makes everything in life better

Weed makes everything in life better
1,473 58 4 December, 2019

If they don’t bring you up they are weighing you down.⁣⁣
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When someone new enters your life it should make it better.⁣⁣
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You should be happy around them and enjoy their company.⁣⁣
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If someone is constantly bringing worry and stress into your life it might be time to re-evaluate their position in your life.⁣⁣
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There will always be ups and downs in any relationship.⁣⁣
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What makes it worth spending your time with someone is that the good highly outweighs the bad.⁣⁣
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If the bad outweighs the good this person is actually a detriment to your life and you have a decision to make about whether you’re going to let them continually bring negativity into your life or not. ❤️⁣

Meme by: @sad_lonely_nights_

If they don’t bring you up they are weighing you down.⁣⁣
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When someone new enters your life it should make it better.⁣⁣
⁣⁣
You should be happy around them and enjoy their company.⁣⁣
⁣⁣
If someone is constantly bringing worry and stress into your life it might be time to re-evaluate their position in your life.⁣⁣
⁣⁣
There will always be ups and downs in any relationship.⁣⁣
⁣⁣
What makes it worth spending your time with someone is that the good highly outweighs the bad.⁣⁣
⁣⁣
If the bad outweighs the good this person is actually a detriment to your life and you have a decision to make about whether you’re  going to let them continually bring negativity into your life or not. ❤️⁣
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Meme by: @sad_lonely_nights_
1,209 46 30 November, 2019

Oh yeah let me fall for that 🤪

Oh yeah let me fall for that 🤪
3,862 67 4 December, 2019

The right one is already on the way.⁣⁣
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We can get caught up dating the wrong person that we miss our chance with the right one.⁣⁣
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When the right one comes along we have to be available.⁣⁣
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But if we’re giving our energy to the wrong one we might miss that opportunity.⁣

If we keep our focus on avoiding the wrong person it leaves a clear place for the right one to show up.

The right one is already on the way.⁣⁣
⁣⁣
We can get caught up dating the wrong person that we miss our chance with the right one.⁣⁣
⁣⁣
When the right one comes along we have to be available.⁣⁣
⁣⁣
But if we’re giving our energy to the wrong one we might miss that opportunity.⁣
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If we keep our focus on avoiding the wrong person it leaves a clear place for the right one to show up.
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