4 Unforgettable Dating Musts

Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue

If you are preparing to go on a date, you might have thought about what you are going to where and what the other person will be like. However, there is more to a date that just the things that are on the surface, and for that reason, there are four things that you don't want to forget before going out for the first time.

1. Tell a friend.

Let a friend know where you are going and who you are going to be with. If you haven't met your date in person yet, then it is important to consider the security of what you are doing. You don't want to put yourself in a situation where no one knows where you are or how to get to you if you are in need of help.

2. Do background research.

Before going out with someone new, try to check out their online profiles. See what they like to do. See what they post about. Try to gauge whether the two of you will get along or not, and do your best to make sure that the person that you are going out with is the same person that you think that you are talking to.

3. Keep your phone handy.

Try to keep a phone close by so you can call a friend if necessary. This might also help others locate you if it is deemed appropriate. The location tracker on your phone can tell friends and family that you are where you said you are going to be and it might help a loved one respond to you if you get into an unfortunate situation.

4. Pay attention to the conversation.

It is easy to get distracted when one if on a date. You might be nervous or not know what to say, so you might forget to pay attention to what the other person is saying to you. However, it is important to listen to what your date is saying. This will help you understand him or her more and it might help you build better trust.

It is important not to forget to maintain security while you are dating, especially if you are meeting the other person for the first time. Make sure someone can find you and pick you up if necessary. Listen to what your date is saying so you know that the two of you are on the same page, and keep a phone handy in case you need a way out of the situation.

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Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue writes lifestyle articles.

Omaha, NE

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