50 dates in 50 days the most powerful dating guide
The advantage of keeping the first date short and simple is that if you don’t like each other, you haven’t got to make it through a seven-course meal together.If you do like each other, you can either extend the date, or plan a longer one for next time. Try and avoid very noisy places (where you can’t hear each other), cinemas (where you can’t talk), sporting events (unless you know for a fact that they are interested), or your home (because it could be risky if you don’t know them). Make an effort with your appearance - but not so much of an effort that your date wouldn’t recognise you if they bumped into you in the street the next day.We all know people who have had a passionate affair with someone only to “wake up” two months later and realise that they don’t even like the person and that they have nothing in common with them.Equally, don’t get too emotionally involved too quickly.It is important that the other person has a chance to learn about you, but try and make sure that you are listening as much - or more - than you are talking. Don’t forget your manners Bad manners aren’t attractive and are likely to irritate your date.
Being kind also means not lying or giving false hope.Turn off your phone (or put it on silent if you are expecting an urgent call) and remember to say “thank you” if the other person is footing the bill.