Dating student tip
One shouldn't need the threat of public exposure and scorn to treat women well; but if that's what it's gonna take, fine.The first date is where the fun really begins, but even for the most confident amongst us, meeting someone for the first time can be nerve-wracking.Another way to keep your date upbeat is to start conversations by asking questions about values and feelings rather than just facts; “what do you love about your job?” is far more revealing and will warrant a longer answer from your date than simply asking “what do you do? Don’t feel as though you need to cram every silence with a comment or question.Lateness in itself is not a deal-breaker, as long as you call or text to let your date know when you’ll be there.
If you date has taken time to choose the venue, compliment something about it such as the convenient location.
While it’s essential to look the part, it’s equally as important to feel comfortable in what you’re wearing. Choose an outfit that both looks and feels great and you’ll exude confidence throughout your date.
If you’re not sure if it’s a look that works for you then ditch it and save it for another night when you can get an honest opinion from your friends.
Dating should be fun, so try to keep the conversation light and upbeat with stories and questions.
If you still find yourself struggling then try having some pre-prepared ice breaker questions and read up on how to be an interesting date. If the food is diabolical or the pub is awful, don’t complain.