Most important tip for a blind date?

by | Sep 14, 2009 | Relationship Languages | 0 comments

Blind Date Tip #1:  Think of the date as though you are creating the beginning of
a new and deep friendship first.

Men and women behave as though they are being set up for an arranged marriage that will transpire the night of the blind date event. Stop the insanity of creating self-imposed pressure and stress.

Instead, think of your blind date as though you are creating the beginning of a new and deep friendship.

By making this simple shift in thinking, you will find yourself naturally being more confident, comfortable, being yourself, and enjoying the present moment. Find something good about the experience even if you are simply getting practice in meeting new people, learning how to have conversations with different personalities, or just learning how to have fun in any situation.

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