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Singles dating is a lot of fun and a lot easier than the process of going out and trying to find a decent date. You could, if you really wanted to, set up a date for five days out of the week. I did this once, but found it hard to keep going because I got each guy confused on the telephone! I ended up not remembering which one I was going to meet, so trust me when I say that this can be embarrassing.
Here are 4 Things You Should Know About Singles Dating To Prevent This Mass Confusion, So That Way You Can Keep Your Head On Straight While Selecting The Lucky Guy:
1. Do Not Set Up More Than Two Dates A Week. Once again, overloading yourself with dates is like overloading yourself with information and can lead to embarrassment. I love to talk about interests on a date, but through singles dating sites, this has already been done.
I don’t just set up random dates, as I’m sure nobody does -I chat a little and then I set something up. The embarrassing part comes in when you start asking questions about something that has nothing to do with your date – but would pertain to the date you have the next night.
It’s a good idea to keep dates limited so that you can keep your head on straight. Unless you enjoy free dinners that is!
2. Read Over Previous Conversations Before The Date. Because singles dating offers so much information about the people on them, you should have a good guideline ready to go for conversation topics.
Emails are great for this reason, if you should forget what you talked about (which happens to be something I’m very good at), you can just review the notes! It doesn’t get any easier than that.
Also, instant messaging conversations are easy to save for reference. I like to impress my date by pretending I remembered something minor he said. Although I didn’t, it makes me look good in the world of singles dating.
3. Keep Yourself Focused. Try not to be a serial dater. Because singles dating offers such an assortment of people that are pretty easy to get a date with, you can get caught up in just dating and nothing beyond.
At one point, I found myself just setting up dates without a care in the world about the outcome. I had forgotten that my original intention was to find the perfect husband in between work and my busy life.
Get the most out of singles dating by finding dates that you might really be interested in, rather than giving chances or thinking that you might be able to settle.
4. Do Not Introduce Your Friends To Your Date Until You’re Serious About Someone. This comes from personal experience. At a time when I was trying to date as much as possible, I may have forgotten about or cut ties with a particular man only to have my friend run into and start dating him.
Not that there is anything wrong with this, it just always makes me uncomfortable that this guy once told me all about his personal life and did his best to pursue me through a singles dating site. Don’t introduce unless it’s a real thing.