Monday, August 18, 2008

Dating Tips -II



The First Kiss

Nothing is more nerve-wrecking than that first kiss. It can happen on the first date or the tenth (depending on your speed and determination). Choose between the sneak attack -- at a time when your date least expects it -- or the announcement -- when you tell your date that you are going to kiss him or her (possibly even describing it in pain-staking detail). The method you choose should be based on your own comfort and on your perception of your date's level of comfort. And when it happens, know that its skill will be soon forgotten and replaced by a second and a third and...



Don´t Go To Movie On First Date

Movies are GREAT. You sit in the dark, eat popcorn and are transported to new worlds. But if you talk during the movie, you can get kicked out of the theatre. So during your first few dates, you might want to give movies a pass. First dates are about getting to know each other...and that requires some serious conversation. Movies don't allow it, and sitting in the movie with a first date just delays the process further. If you go out to dinner, play miniature golf, go bowling, etc., you'll be able to talk to your date and get to know them a little better. Plus, you won't eat all that popcorn...

A Date to Remember


Have you ever wondered why you remember some dates more than others? First, we often remember things that we haven´t experienced before. Our mind remembers things that are unique or new. Most of us don´t have our most memorable dates at a movie because going to the movies is so commonplace. If you want to go on a date that will be remembered for a long time, do something unique or unusual. Here are some ideas: 1. Rent a hot air ballon 2. Go river rafting 3. Go to a homeless shelter and serve food 4. Go to a museum or art center that you haven´t been to 5. Rent a jet ski, ski-doo, or snowmobile The more creative you are, the more successful you will be in creating lasting memories.

How Long Should A First Date Be?

First dates are one of the most exciting and terrifying unknowns that a person can face. They can be amazing, and you want them to go on forever. They can be beyond painful, and they can't end quickly enough. Since you never know which way they are going to go, do not plan a first date that will last more than three hours. (A day time date -- lunch or a quick drink -- facilitates this plan.) If the date is miserable, that gives you both an excuse to be put out of your misery. If the date goes well, you can plan that second date as soon as you both can fit it into your calendars!

What Should I Know?

First dates create anticipation and anxiety. If you've ever wondered what first dates should be like, here are a few ideas to help you prepare. Plan an activity that gives you a chance to talk. Be on time. Be attentive and ask questions. Find something in your date that you can compliment. Know your boundaries, especially the physical ones. And finally, end the date at a reasonable hour. If the date has gone well, your date will want to see you again soon!
Important First Impressions
How do you get a second date? By having a successful first date! But how do you know if the first date went well? Most people claim that they aren´t really themselves on a first date, but there are still some signs that are real. Some signs of a good date include feelings of attraction; wanting to get to know a person better; feeling their kindness; being able to talk with each other; and being at ease with each other. If you have these impressions after a date, it went well, and a second date is most likely.

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1 comments:

Jaison said...

Many people will have a different answer when you ask them their opinion on whether or not a kiss is acceptable on the first date.
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