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Working out Whether Your Date Is into You

It can be difficult when working out whether your date is into you. You will need to make sure that you understand how to read your date and how to know if they are interested or if they are just being polite. Whenever you are with a person that is not interested in you it can really be hurtful and uncomfortable. This is why you need to be able to spot it right away so that you don’t waste any of your time on them.

Body Language

A person’s body language is the best way for you to be able to tell how they feel about you. Whenever you talk to this person, look to see if they lean in or if they lean back when you talk. If they lean in they are interested in what you are saying. However, if they are leaned back they are more than likely not into you. Check their eye contact and make sure that they are looking at you and not elsewhere. A person that is looking everywhere but at you is more than likely trying to find a place that they can go to other than with you.


The conversation that you have with them is something else that is going to have a lot to do with how they feel about you. If they are making conversation hard, then they may just be shy. However, if they don’t seem to be trying at all, then chances are they are not very interested in you.

Edited: May 24th, 2011

Avoid Getting Cold Feet before Your Date

It can be difficult to avoid getting cold feet before your date. You will find that whenever you go out on a date you can easily psyche yourself out and make it where you don’t even want to leave. However, whenever you try a few different tips and tactics you will soon find that having cold feet before a date will be a thing of the past.


While this is always easier said than done you will need to try to relax. Try to look at it as a night out with someone that has potential to make you very happy. If worse comes to worse (and if you’re not driving) have yourself a drink to calm your nerves. Just try not to overdo it as this can end up causing you to be a sloppy mess before the date. Do whatever typically relaxes you before you leave. Take a bath, nap, meditate, whatever can get you in a good and relaxing place.


Remember that dates are supposed to be fun. While they can easily become a lot like a job interview you will need to always keep in mind that the point of the date is to have a good time with this person.

Just Go

Getting cold feet can only sometimes be remedied by ignoring it. You will find that when you just ignore it and go that you will almost always be happy that you did so. Don’t allow something like cold feet to ruin your night out with a potential partner.

Edited: March 26th, 2011

How Long Until Should You Move It to the Next Level

It may be difficult for you to know exactly how long you should wait before you move your relationship on to the next level. So much of it will have to do with the person that you are with and what their values are.  It is also important that you and them talk about it and that you are on the same page. Taking a relationship to the next level when you are both in different places is never a good idea.


Allow yourself and your partner to get a good idea of what your chemistry is really like. This is something that is really important when it comes to moving on with the relationship. Whenever you feel like you have a solid chemistry and you are going to be compatible you should consider moving on to the next level.

Feels Right

Sometimes there is no right or wrong time, it’s just when it feels right. Allow yourself and your partner to go with your instincts and continue on with each other when you both feel that it is time and you have thought it over.


It can be so easy to rush a relationship whenever you are new to it. Whenever you first meet a person that you like you will think that you are already in love and you will become infatuated with each other. You have to make sure that you don’t allow your libidos and your feelings to take over and cause you to make a bad decision.

Edited: January 13th, 2011