I've written volumes about rejecting and dismissing those who aren't right for you. Now let's concentrate on those who are right for you.
(1). LISTEN to them. Act like what they say matters. And if you forget something they said, have the good grace to double check it!
(2). COOPERATE with them. If they're really the right ones for you, they might give you some constructive criticism. There is a HUGE difference between that and bullying, beyessing, and I'm-just-saying, and you should be able to tell the difference at this point. If they give you some of that, think about it before you get defensive. Better yet, don't be afraid to return the constructive criticism when it's needed.
(3). ACKNOWLEDGE them. Do a few nice things "just because." Surprise them with something you know they like. Tell them, and show them, that they mean a great deal to you.
Now many of you may not have that someone yet. If you choose, you can remain alone, that's not exactly a bad thing. But you can also decide that you do want to let someone into your life for the right reasons. I'm not here to give you dating advice like the players and posers, that information is available from other sources. If you're being yourself and that doesn't match with someone else, let them go. If you're with someone who doesn't fit with you, show them the door. But if you're sincere about the right one, the meeting will be arranged.
That's kid stuff. The trick is it make it that good for the long term.