But since misguided dating expectations can kill a date, it’s helpful to know your goal for each date.
Date #1: The aim here is to enjoy each other’s company, to get to know a little about each other and to start warming up to being around this person.
Some people are better than others at being open and friendly on a first date.
I consider a first date a success if you are either feeling positive or neutral about the person you went out with.
Dates #3-5: For the next few dates, it’s good to have a combination of fun mixed with getting to know your date.
However, don’t let a neutral second date throw you off course.And we expect it all before the main course has even arrived.Maintaining healthy expectations on a date does not mean lowering your standards or bending your morals.Experience Our experienced and friendly staff will take you by the hand and walk you through the process.Accountability We're not an Internet singles dating service.