On many occasions, men come up to me and ask me “What’s the best place to take my girl to on a date?”
Well, you see, dating is all about seeing if two people are able to find something that ties them together and to see if they can connect to each other. I feel that you should be true to yourself, so that the other person can see if they can and want to fit into your life.
A lot of men try too hard to impress a girl and lose themselves along the way.
In the beginning of things, she really is no one to you, well, at least no one who comes before you. You agree? Well then… stop being focused on her and start focusing on yourself.
If you feel like dancing then take her dancing.
If you want to play billiards, then take her out and enjoy a nice game of billiards.
The first date does not need to be expensive, and you do not need to show off anything. Just be yourself, but, of course, the date has to be fun and enjoyable for the both of you.
Dinner and a Movie – Not a Way to Go!
You are probably well familiar with a couple eating dinner and then heading off to see a movie. That’s a classic first date scenario, but you might be looking for something different this time.
Think about what you already know about your date and choose a place accordingly.
If you are already passed the first date stage and seeking some other date ideas, then this time focus a bit on her and her preferences.
Your date might like an active date where the two of you will play a game of sport, or she might like an adventurous date where both of you will feel like kids again and try doing something new and non-traditional that will help you to build attraction and connection.
As long as you are personal and put some actual thought into it, choosing a date idea will be fun.
One of the most important things is to think about what your date likes and dislikes, regardless of whether you barely know her, or if you have been friends for a long time. Your partner won’t enjoy herself if she feels like you did not invest any time in thinking things through. You should consider if she would like an active date or perhaps she would like to do something passive.
For instance, if your date doesn’t like nature all that much, don’t ruin your chances for something more with a picnic or a hike.
If she works as a waitress, avoid planning a date at a coffee shop, and just be well aware of her preferences.
Consider the things you already know about her, and just try to recall what you have talked about.
What does she love doing, and what does she hate?
Whatever you choose as your date option, my recommendation is not to take her to some fancy expensive dinner, not just yet.
Wait until you know she is worth it!