You usually hear people telling that to those who lack dating skills. but does this advice work for everyone?
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This is actually a very good question, haha. :)
You are asking if it works or not, right? Sure not. People think differently and you could not please everyone, so by being yourself...you aren't being anyone else which means that others (who are opposite/different than you) will think you aren't a good match or that you're weird or whatever judgement they choose to label you with. There are others who are wise and open-minded enough to accept you the way you are or at least won't judge you based on one or 2 dates. Those people aren't the majority though, haha. Most people JUDGE whether we like to admit it or not. So, yeah...if you are being yourself and you're different, you might not be accepted by plenty of people. If you are being yourself and fit the norm of how people act and think, then you will be most probably accepted by lots of people around you.
Accepted or not, I think being yourself is very important because I'd rather win myself than lose my identity just to please people around me. If I change how I act and how I think just to please others, I will be changing myself infinitely because people are different and in the end I will ask myself "Who am I?" which means that I have lost myself in the process.
Great question. :)1