So, let’s assume that you were smart and lucky enough to make your first date casual.
If you flirt, have a pleasant facial expression, and better yet, if you are able to make eye contact and he STILL doesn’t ask you out, then he is either not interested enough or not available so that he can ask you out.
A woman can make it fairly obvious if she wants to.
Don’t worry if you can’t structure your second date so you can see your date’s behavior. What is one annoying—but not serious—behavior that you do? What would you like to do on our next date—and sex is not an allowable choice!
There is always something to observe and learn, and you can make your next date function as a second date. You automatically live on at least two tracks—being present and being mindful—every day with people, but you just aren’t consciously aware that as you talk, for example, with a new colleague that you are also making observations. Enjoy yourself while you are being a Dating Sleuth. These questions and topics should fill your evening!
Don’t be scared of pauses and help mix up the conversation by asking your date questions.
Listening is important, as it shows that you are interested in what she has to say. On your first date, you don’t want to get into an in-depth conversation about why you don’t enjoy your job, or other issues you’ve been having.Across the board, confidence is attractive – enthusiasm will make you shine.If you’re a little shy, practice beforehand by talking to people you don’t know.To be fair, you should answer the same question that you ask of your date. Ask your date to “run the movie” of a typical week or ten days in his or her life. And don’t “dress it up.” If you continue to date, the truth will come out anyway! Here’s the latest video from the series I created with Three Day Rule. ”While gender roles have changed, is it still the man’s job to ask you out, or is it okay for you to take the lead?Even so, hopefully, you had on your observer glasses and watched for hints of your date’s character. What are good second dates—and which ones are wiser to avoid?