5 Second Date Tips
Since you’re reading about 5 second date tips, your first date must have gone well. Wait a few days after the first date before calling again. Don’t pressure your date when you call, but use a warm and confident voice when you suggest a second meeting. If she says yes, you can start planning your second date. The second time around will be more familiar, but don’t neglect these 5 tips.
- Don’t jump to conclusions. This is the first and most important rule for a second date. When people are anxious, they may say or do things they would not say or do when they are relaxed. Give your date a chance, and allow for mistakes.
- Don’t pour your heart out. If you really like the other person, don’t share your feelings too soon. And don’t force the issue with your date. This is only the second date, after all. You should be having fun and getting to know each other. The second date serves to establish that the first date was not a show, but that you were both being yourselves.
- Find out more about your date. A second date is too early for movies or a concert. Plan a date where you can walk and talk together. Engage in conversation with each other. Ask questions and, more importantly, listen to what your date is saying. Learn about her background, likes and dislikes and friends to get a realistic picture of her.
- Share some information about yourself. During your conversation, allow your date to learn more about your background, likes and dislikes and friends. Talk about your dreams and ambitions, but don’t hog the conversation.
- Take one step at a time. A second date will have more substance than a first date. Conversation and communication will help you begin to be comfortable in each other’s company. Enjoy the opportunity to hold hands and kiss, but shy away from discussing ex-relationships and sex. And have a definite end time for the date. A successful second date will establish opportunities for future dates.