Dating advice for women second date
This kind of trade-off takes some time to establish.
My advice is that a second date should not be exclusively about one partner’s hobbies.
When you finally meet someone you connect with, that first date feels like magic.
The conversation flows smoothly, the chemistry is electric, and you wish that the night would never end.
In established relationships, partners often take turns focusing on one person’s interests, then the other’s.
Or maybe he’s just as magical as last time, but it’s that’s off this time.
Even though you can usually hold up your end of a sparkling conversation with a brick wall, your mind is suddenly blank and you have nothing to say.
One excellent approach is building the second date around previously discovered similarities.
If the two of you talked earlier about your mutual love of Indian food, science fiction and bowling, plan your second date around one or more of those interests.