If you’re easygoing, you probably don’t need to have plans set in stone.
But if you’re more of an organized planner who likes to have dates set in advance, tell your date the truth outright – and don’t apologize for who you are!
There’s no reason to lock it down until you know your date better and feel more confident that this one is a good fit for you.
Once you’ve been dating for a while and you’re sure you want to make it exclusive, be honest and direct about what you want.
” If you know you’re never going to want to see him again, try being brave and honest: “I’m not sure if we’re a good fit, but I did enjoy meeting you tonight.” 2.
Making Vague Weekend Plans You’ve probably heard a few different people you’ve dated say this: “Let’s do something next weekend.” If you’re like most people, you meet someone you like and then set out to make plans for a simple weekend activity.
In the limbo stage of dating, daters often try to figure out whether the other person is casually dating or getting intimate with someone else.
To get this information, daters stake out the other person’s social media accounts as if they’re conducting a SWAT expedition.
A major factor which adds to the existent stress and confusion during this period is game-playing.
Try this approach: “I really like you, and I think I’m ready to be exclusive with you.
Do you want to think about it and we can talk about it again later?
“I’d like to see you again,” or another version of expressed interest when there really is none.
Even though you may believe that you’re being nicer to lie, you’re actually making things worse by keeping hope alive.