Some scientists believe that truly deep feelings can arise between people not until the fourth date. However, even if this is true, a first date can be the last if one of its participants not please others. In order to reduce the probability of such an outcome on a date you should avoid the six common mistakes, says psychologist Rachel McLean.
First, the psychologist calls not make a date in the interview. Not all people feel comfortable if they are asked in advance prepared questions, especially if this creates the impression that the same questions in the past, heard others. Most often, a date goes better if communication it occurs in the form of an equal and not “rehearsed” dialogue.
Second, Dating should not arrange a “competition”. There is nothing wrong with gently telling the other person about their successes and merits, but sometimes it develops into a sometimes unconscious attempt by one of the participants Dating to prove that he is better than the second. Even if these attempts succeed, the date in this approach, almost inevitably ends in failure, said McLean.
Also during Dating is at least partly to abandon negative thinking. Sometimes people for whom the glass is always half empty, find in my own pessimistic sort of sophisticated satisfaction, however other people such often causes rejection.
The expert notes that the person on the date should follow not only what he says, but the language of his own body. If he slouches his shoulders or crossing his arms on his chest, it betrays anxiety and self-doubt and sense of insecurity — emotions that will appeal to everyone.
Fifth mistake to avoid is calling the psychologist attempts to employ sarcasm. Rough irony can be a good when talking with old friends, but to date, she is unlikely to be appreciated.
Finally, the sixth mistake is not so much directly to date as to the beginning of a romantic relationship in General. McLean urges not to “fill up” another person’s text messages. If one of the people constantly writes to another, and one meets only occasionally, ultimately it can lead to increased irritation, so a more active participant correspondence should restrain yourself and find some “equilibrium” in which messages from both sides will be roughly equal.