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If you’ve only just taken the plunge into the world of online dating and are thinking of getting hitched, then it can be a real blow to your self-confidence… or at least your self-confidence as a straight person. While a few couples have come out and said that they were never in any relationship because they found each other first, many, many more couples have felt the same way about their first dates together.
This is because we can be painfully shy about our love lives. We feel that because we’ve been so shy about dating that we’ve been able to date so well that we’ve forgotten who we’re really talking to. After all, we’ve only seen one side of the face of the other person on the page before; our own face and our own face only comes into view as we make the first moves. I know that we’ve been conditioned to expect something completely different from a prospective match, and that’s fine! Most of us are not afraid of someone who might be the one in our lives for a long time. But it’s important that we don’t make the first move just so we don’t have to wait around for someone else to make some.
Here are a few tips to make your first dates as smooth as possible.
1. Ask the right questions. Even if it’s hard for you, your partner has the right to ask for something! This is often the only opportunity for you to let go and let your partner know what they’re thinking of. It can be helpful to remember the “three L’s” as you talk to your potential matches: Light, medium, and long term goals. If they seem open to your idea, they’re more likely to be OK with something else as well.
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