The thought of going on a first date with someone new can be overwhelming. The Single Man’s Manual explains that it is important to keep everything in perspective and you must always be prepared and alert. You may have chatted to someone on the phone and had a few text messages. However many people are different when you meet them in person. A telephone can mask a lot including the confidence of the woman you are meeting. Remember, she may well be feeling the same as you. This can present itself in different ways.
Your heart may beat a little faster, your blood pressure could rise, you could start to sweat a little and your stomach could get butterflies.
The reason you may be feeling this way is because you are in an unfamiliar situation. It is perfectly normal!
You could be afraid that you may stumble over your words or even say the wrong thing which can make your confidence spiral downwards. A drink may help calm the nerves, do not have more than one or two though you don’t want to be slurring your words.
If you loosely work out in advance what possible situations may come up in any potential scenarios you will be prepared for whatever may arise. To help you with this prepare a few open-ended questions. These include questions starting with Who, What, How, When, Where and Why. When you start a conversation with any of these the woman is far more likely to give you a detailed answer which can lead on to the next question, instead of closed questions that only require a yes or no answer as they can shut the flow of conversation down.
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