Dating at 21
As a life coach in my spare time, I have dealt with men who have spent thousands on these programs, ebooks, courses, and still have nothing to show for it.
And not only that, it has created unrealistic expectations when it comes to women.
First date is always important because it’s where you drop your first impression and most importantly, it plays a big role to determine whether or not this relationship will work out. Let’s not talk about the book cover (I know, I know, Don’t just a book by its cover! No matter how amazing the storyline is, if the introduction failed to grab readers’ attention, no one is going to read it because no one likes to get their time wasted. If you need ideas to secure your first date and your own impression, You’ve come to the right place!
When I first started dating, my idea of a date was the stereotypical cheap-dinner-and-a-movie. By the time I finished high school I was pretty comfortable in my own skin and got pretty good at coming up with ideas for dates.
For example, let’s say you are dating someone and manage to spark a romance.
But your potential partner is also being “wooed” by other men or women on the side…
However, this constantly put the person I was dating “on edge”, which mainly stemmed from her own insecurity.They will drop women at the earliest sign of non-interest, and basically put in as little effort as possible, which I think is ridiculous.Not only is this a terrible way to get to know someone, but they will never know who you truly are if you have a fake persona based on being a “really cool guy” with cool stories, and fake confidence.Even in cases where it’s not exactly as extreme as the situation above, there is that twinge of of untrustworthy-ness, and perhaps feeling “unsatisfactory” when it comes to choosing a partner who has a seemingly endless supply of men or women chasing after them.For men, they know that women constantly receive messages and propositions from strange people all over the world (for those of us who have taken a look at any partners inbox – with permission of course! this can often give men the feeling that they have to be highly competitive, and even “walk on eggshells” to get or keep the women they want to date.
I’ve put together a list of some of my favorites as well as some suggested by friends. So now I guess you have sufficient ideas on where to go on your first date.