Dating calling etiquette

If unsure, I always recommend my clients to stick to classic location such as a nice cocktail bar – women like to be impressed. They overanalyse the smallest remark and comment made by their date to work out how they feel about them, or if they're actually interested.Women will break down everything from the amount of time it takes for the guy to reply to their message, to how he said goodbye on the date.Although men like to show they are in charge, they admit that being approached by a woman can be a big turn on.

Women need to remember that a man’s text is not a good indicator of how he is feeling and men need consider women’s penchant for overanalysis when contacting them.

Although it might seem outdated in the modern world, to stop any confusion, I suggest men pick up the phone and have a conversation instead – women will appreciate the extra effort and men get to avoid texting back and forth. To help women out, men should take some of the stress out of the situation by choosing the wine, instigating whether to have food early on and offering to pay the bill (at least on the first date).

Women’s analysis doesn’t stop with texting, they will even go as far to consider the food and drink choices they make on a date. As I’ve established, women are often more anxious than men, particularly when it comes to dating.

From a man’s point of view, they do not see the urgency in arranging a second date – they prefer to wait and play it cool so they don’t come across too keen.

Men typically hold their cards much closer to their chest and never outwardly offend their date, whereas women are more likely to be honest.

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