So pick a date that’s cheap, easy, and won’t take more than 60-90 minutes.
Meet up for coffee, take a hike together, go for a stroll around a cool part of town, etc.
They’ll bounce from one question to the next (from “Where are you from? After you ask her where she’s from, maybe ask what she thinks of her hometown, or what kind of things she did for fun growing up.
If you want to enjoy your time and help her do the same then you’ll want to ease that tension early.
So show up smiling, and walk with strong, confident body language as you roll up to meet her.
Plus, mixing in an activity means you’re more likely to have fun together and avoid awkward tension.
Show up smiling First online dates can cause a lot of anxiety for both men and women.
Find a fun activity in town (mini golf, bowling, live music) and see if she’s interested in going right then and there.
If you can do multiple things on your first date it’s going to create a feeling like you’ve known each other longer than you actually have.
Get your head right What are you hoping to get out of this first online date? The woman then feels that tension and inner turmoil, becomes uncomfortable, and wants nothing to do with the guy.
If you want to get rid of that stress and make it easier to relax and have a great time then stop worrying about getting a particular outcome from this first online date.
Summer time is great for a trip to the beach also with a picnic lunch.
If it’s spring time a nice stroll through the park with a picnic lunch will be great.
And that will make it easier for the two of you to connect as the date progresses. But merely spitting out facts makes for boring conversation.