So you've had your first date and it all seemed to go well.
At least it's safe to presume it went well, as otherwise you probably wouldn't need to be reading this article it's very easy to know what to do after a date went badly.
” Aaron: “It would have to have been a really amazing date!
Most of the time I’d rather have a bit of space from someone after a first date.
"Always waiting for the guy to initiate contact is annoying to most men," says Harold, 35.
"At some point you need to let him know you're interested by reaching out.
Even if you have nothing in common, you can at least laugh about your poor mini-golf skills together. As a couple, you’ll figure out how to split and cover bills later.
You don’t need to wear a suit and tie to the local pub, but it wouldn’t hurt to brush your teeth and put on a shirt that doesn’t look slept in.
Have an answer for when and where the date will be.
If the idea of staring at her from across a table all night intimidates you, choose an interactive date. Even if she offers, insist on paying for the date — especially if you initiated the date in the first place.
If you slept together for instance then you are suddenly permitted to be far more close and presumptuous in texts, and if you stayed round without sleeping together that still gives you license to text more quickly and act more 'coupley'.
If the date was just a quick meeting in a caf or pub then you probably won't be particularly close yet and you should still act more like you did prior to the date.
However after a good date things are not so simple and there is much more riding on the outcome. Here we will look into the logistics of what to do next, and how to ensure that you don't scare him away or give off the signals that you aren't interested.