Link to MamasHealth.com

Dating Information

10 signs that you should not be dating
Dating a politician
Dating for free
Dating on a budget
Dating tips for guys
Dating tips for shy guys
First dates do's & don'ts
Flirting tips
Honeymooning in your twilight years
How to ask a woman out
Great first dates ideas
How to get out of a bad date
Politics and Dating
Single parent dating tips
Why guys don't call
Why people get dumped

Links

Promote your product

Blind dating
Dating a co-worker
Dating a relative
Dating a younger man
Dating after divorce
Dating after sixty
Dating an older man
Internet dating
Inter-racial dating

Wedding engagements

Bad dates: Personal stories

 

First Date Do's and Don'ts

If your first interaction with a potential mate is via the internet, meeting in person for the first time is a very exciting time. The tips below will help you have a safe and successful first date.

Do:

  • Meet in a public place at a decent hour during which lots of people will be around. A lunch date is a great idea.
  • Be on time. You don't want your date's first impression of you to be a person who is late.
  • Limit alcohol consumption or abstain entirely until you know the person better.
  • Use your own transportation. It's never a good idea to get into someone's personal vehicle on a first date. If you are unable to drive yourself, take a taxi.
  • Tell at least one friend or family member the name of the person and the place where you are going to meet and and arrange to "check-in" with them after each of the first few dates.
  • Allow for equal talk time. You don't want to be perceived as someone who must have all of the attention.
  • Carry a fully charged cell phone with easily accessible emergency numbers.
Don't:
  • Leave beverages or personal belongings unattended. It is important to hold on to purses, wallets, jackets with pockets that contain items that could reveal personal information about you, like a driver's license, credit cards, ATM receipts, etc.
  • Pretend to be someone you’re not.
  • Do not meet at your house or place of work, or give that information out until you have had a good opportunity to know the other person better.
  • Go home with someone, even if it feels like everything's going great. You have not spent enough time with them enough to assess whether your safety is at risk.

We'll teach you how to #LiveTo100!

Join our newsletter!

Accessibility Policy| Terms Of Use| Privacy Policy| Advertise with Us| Contact Us| Newsletter

RSS| Sitemap| Careers

Mamas Health Inc. does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment and use of this website constitutes acceptance of the Terms of Use.

©2000 - 2013 MamasHealth, Inc.™. All rights reserved