Get The Ring: How to Find & Keep the Right One for Life.
Rosie & Sherry - Part 11
evening it means that he doesn't really care about her, doesn't really care to get to know her. Well, if you're under this kind of pressure to show your date a very good time the first time around, please try to keep our advice in mind anyway. Don't sit in a restaurant for five long courses. Make sure that if you're going out for a movie or a concert that you give yourself time to talk with each other afterwards. Find a nice place with a less elaborate menu than the five course (five-course) menu, and plan on a pleasant walk together before or after your meal or your movie or your concert.
These are some of our tips about preparing for and surviving a blind date. We hope that you can use them to help your next blind date lead to a great relationship.
All right. Let's say we've survived our first date and even enjoyed it enough to agree to try again. What now? How do we take the next step?
The Second DateThe second date is perhaps even more critical than the first in terms of giving you a view of what another person is like. You now have a better basis to find conversation to talk about. You've had at least one shared experience. You're going to now slowly start to reveal more information about yourselves to each other. We suggest that a lot of topics of conversation, talking about things like hopes for the future, idealistic aspirations, what makes you feel joyful or sad, different aspects of your life and why you enjoy themé¯µ can even talk about what your spirituality means to you. Over time you're also going to want to talk about your families and your friends and your relationships with them, and you're going to delve a little more deeply into the kind of subjects we discussed earlier. This isn't the time for you to drop the bombshells that Rosie was talking that are a no-no on the first date. That includes skeletons in the closet, past relationships or even going into a great amount of detail about a particular traumatic aspect of your life. There are times for these revelations, but it isn't when you are first starting to build up a relationship.
Eventually you're going to have other things to talk about. You're going to have shared experiences. And we recommend that if your second date is good, if you see that it is better than the first date, you consider going out on a third and a fourth date. And if things seem to get better as time goes on, we hope you will continue to be dating. And at this point we recommend that you start varying the types of activities that you do on a date. You are not going to see different aspects of another person's personality if you always follow the same routine ç¯©ng out to a movie and something to eat afterward; going to a concert and a ball game; or some other activity that is basically a form of entertainment with
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