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Dating Advice For Women

By Michael Lee

Whether it's your first date or your 100th, a bit of dating advice for women won't hurt. If this is indeed your first date, at least you know what kind of mistakes to avoid and how to get out of awkward situations. If this is your 100th, well, you'll want to read more and learn why things aren't always working well.

During this get-to-know each other stage, you have a tendency to get butterflies in your stomach. You can be excited and yet insecure at the same time. By reading each dating advice for women listed below, you’ll be able to become more comfortable and confident of yourself when the date finally ensues.

No Harm in Preparing

You don’t have to throw a party to celebrate your date but you do want to be prepared. After all, you want to enjoy every single second of your time together.  

In order to avoid all those stereotypical situations you‘re afraid of, make back-up plans. When a guy asks you out for a date, he’s usually the one who pays the bills. But just in case things don’t exactly go your way, bring a bit of cash along.  

Dating Advice For Women

This may sound funny, but nothing puts a damper on the first date more than having to wash dishes. Don't forget to brush your teeth before your date arrives. Make sure you look presentable and smell good. Preparing starts from the second he asks you out... to the moment of his arrival.

Don't Be Afraid to Smile and Laugh

Some women make the situation awkward for themselves. Don’t fall into the trap of nervousness. Avoid being too stiff and careful with your actions. Smile and show your date how friendly you are.  

If your date is acting a little awkward, you can use your smile and laughter to get both of you to relax during the getting-to-know-you stage.

Don't Talk Too Much About Your Past

This is especially true for the first few dates. You may not realize it; but suddenly, your conversation's focus has shifted on your ex-boyfriend. Talking too much about your past can turn off your date.  

This dating advice for women has helped many to be asked out on future dates. I’m not saying that your date won’t accept you for who you are. You just want to create something steady for the first few dates so that your date can get to understand more of where you‘re coming from.

Dating advice for women can range from simple physical tips to subtle flirting styles. However, the three mentioned above are some of the most basic; they have been tried and tested by a great deal of women all over the world. Hopefully, you’ll soon be added to that long list as well!

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      Womensafety wrote Jul 22, 2008
    • Great advise if you try to think of the first date as just a meeting and not the rest of your life you won’t get crazy. I love the part about the smile it the best advise someone ever gave me ( guys don’t like to see a women who looks unhappy) I make it a point to smile all the time.
      Also be careful to know more about the guy and where you are going on the first date. Carry a personal alarm with you just in case you never know who is out their better to be safe then sorry.
      Thanks for the tips Enjoy
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