Your friend has just set you up with a guy you have never met and know nothing about, except what she has told you. What if I don't like him or what if I like him but he doesn't like me.Well don't worry, we are here to help: Be Open Minded Remember this is a blind date. Don’t form a mental image of him or have high expectations.Furthermore, due to the unfamiliarity of the two people the date is shorter than most because they are in the beginning stages of a relationship.The date is also very adventurous in the way that neither party knows what to expect and whether or not they will hit it off.The location of the date is also affected by the spontaneity in that it is often a neutral and public place so that both parties feel comfortable.have been declining in their influence over the dating market for the past 60 years.
When you don’t do your part in explaining what you’re looking for, everyone suffers.
When I later asked her why she chose him, she said, “I thought you both could use the practice.” While I appreciated the gesture, this would have been helpful information before I had my hair blown out.
Now I make a point to say, “Give me three — not one, or two, but three — reasons why you think we’d be good together” before I let myself head out on a blind date. And sometimes when they realize there isn’t a number two or three beyond, “Well, you’re both single,” you’re conveniently spared from what could be more dashed hopes. I stated my case, I listened, I evaluated my setter-upper, I asked “why? When we met, he was, in fact, a great guy but no matter how hard I tried, I couldn’t picture myself being thrown over his shoulder—and liking it. At the end of the date, say what you mean and mean what you say.
Keep it Short but Sweet Don't arrange to meet at the cinema, for dinner, or any where else that could keep you together for more than an hour.
Arrange to meet up for a coffee, or during your lunch break.