Dating Advice For Women
Many women are nervous during the initial phases of a relationship and they mess up their chances with a guy right off the bat. I hate to see this happen, so I’ve compiled some disabled dating advice for women.
1.) Be yourself – You won’t be able to keep up a façade forever. So, don’t start a relationship by playing a role. You will want to play to your strengths and present your best face to your date. But don’t try to fool him into thinking you are someone you are not. First of all, you can’t keep it up for the long haul. But, more importantly, you don’t want him falling in love with an image. If you are an outspoken person, it’s best to not temper your views just to make a good impression. That is not the person you are, so don’t make him think it is.
2.) Be confident – You are a worthy person and you have a lot to offer. Many women have low self esteem and they lack the confidence needed to be successful on a date. But, guys like confident women. They need to know that they will have a partner. They don’t want to carry all of the weight in the relationship. If you are confident, you will have a much higher chance of getting a second date.
3.) Be positive – No guy wants to hear about how awful your day was, how your mom annoys you, or how your boss doesn’t appreciate your work. He wants to hear that you have a happy outlook on life. Face it: who would you rather spend time with, a person who is depressed and down in the dumps all of the time or someone who is optimistic about the future? That’s his answer too!
4.) Express your opinions – Too many women are afraid to express their opinions about things for fear of turning a guy off. But men don’t want doormats. They want to be with interesting women. And interesting women have opinions. While some cavemen may think that a woman must mirror his opinions, a real man is comfortable enough with his own views to appreciate hearing a different perspective. And, if he’s not comfortable with your opinions now, he won’t be in six months!
5.) Accept compliments – One of the biggest mistakes women make is to turn aside compliments. Men like to tell the women in their lives that they are attractive, sexy, or smart. Almost by reflex, women deflect these complements. If he says he likes your hair, don’t tell him about how awful it really looks. Just say, thank you and smile. When you can take a compliment in stride, you are a more attractive date.
6.) Show the guy a good time – He’s only going to want to go out with you on a second date if he has fun on the first date. If he laughs a lot during the date, he is going to want to come back for more.
7.) Give yourself an escape route – Never go out on a date with a guy that you don’t know well if you don’t have an escape route. It’s best to meet somewhere public on a first date rather than have him pick you up at your home. If you do let him pick you up, make sure you have cab fare home. Let your roommates or friends know who you are going out with. Don’t find yourself in a dangerous situation just because you haven’t been cautious enough up front.
Those seven tips are may best disabled dating advice for women.
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