Dating In Your 30s: First Date- Part 2

Dating In Your 30s: First Date- Part 2


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You have already read about what you should do on your first date, but you are thinking: “What should I do before the actual date?” . Here are some tips which might help you properly prepare for your first date.

I think it is common sense to groom yourself before going out, taking a shower, getting rid of the excessive hair in inappropriate places and using some cologne and deodorant. She will definitely appreciate a man who takes care of himself.

Secondly, you should be aware that the way you dress says a lot about you. Unless you agreed to do something more casual, do not show up in sweat pants and a T-shirt. She wants to meet a man who shows some interested in the way he looks when he meets her.

Once you are ready to go, you need to know the steps to a successful date. First of all, you should act like a gentleman, so picking her up from her place will make a really good impression. Escort her to the car and open the door to her, chivalry is always a plus when dating a woman you barely met.

You can easily start a conversation by referring to some topics you have discussed the first time you met her. This way she will realize you were interested in what you were talking the last time and the discussion will flow naturally. Moreover, you should definitely pay attention to what she is saying so as to be able to continue the conversation and ask her new questions.

Most women might appreciate if you bring them some flowers at your first date, but if she is not the type of girl that gets impressed by this kind of gestures you should make a joke about it. There is nothing that works better than humor in an unforeseen situation. Remember, courtesy and chivalry are the best ways to prove you appreciate her presence, but nonetheless you should also be yourself and try to act spontaneously.

By the end of the date you might realize you really get along and enjoy each other’s presence. Even if this is not the case and you do not think she might be “the one”, there is no reason not to act politely. After all, you are a gentleman and that is what gentlemen do.

After all the things you have learned, your first date should work out as planned and you should enjoy it. See? It is not so hard to date a woman in your 30’s. 

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