Want Him To Call You Back? Avoid These 5 First Date Blunders

Searching for Mr. Right can be exciting and fun for some women and completely nerve-wracking for others. It can feel downright impossible at times to figure out what men secretly want. But all this is perfectly understandable and it makes sense because each and every one of us is unique in what we want from a relationship and how we approach the game of dating.

When looking for a life-long partner, most of us have a pretty good idea of our “must haves” along with our “deal breakers”, but that doesn’t make the process any easier. Often we get in our own way and find out later that we are keeping ourselves from finding true love. All we really need to do is have fun and enjoy the process.

Below are 5 dating “no-no’s” if you want to ensure “Mr. Perfect” calls you back and wants to take you out on more than just one date.

Fault Finding

Dating is an emotional journey and you have every right to be cautious of the people you brush shoulders and become intimate with. But remember, no one is perfect. If you start searching for faults, that’s exactly what you’ll find.

Instead of concentrating on what’s wrong with your dating partner, focus on what you like. It creates positive energy.

The Illusion Of The Next Best Option

When dating, focus on the here and now. Stay present. If you constantly wonder if someone better is waiting around the corner, then you never give yourself a true opportunity to find love. Instead, you jump from one person to the next, to the next, to the next and never give yourself an opportunity to be open to a relationship. People who fall into this trap often find loneliness instead of love.

The Complaining Attitude

Negativity kills relationships. Your life might suck. You might hate your job. Your family is driving you crazy. That other car just cut you off. You’re having a bad hair day. And on and on. But guess what? Your date doesn’t want to hear it. A date is not the time and place to complain about your life. Be positive. Have fun. No guy wants to be with a negative Nancy.

Woman Kissing A Man On The Cheek

Positive energy leads to positive dating experiences!

Revealing Too Much

Don’t reveal too much about yourself too soon. In any relationship, you must be willing to open up, but a first date isn’t the time and place to dig into emotionally draining topics. There will be plenty of time for that later on.

Concentrating On Self

Relationships are back and forth. Give and take. Don’t just talk about yourself and your life. Encourage your date to share his ideas and opinions too. Back and forth sharing enhances balance and shows that you care.

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