First schedules can be a tad brain- wracking. After a few of them, you start to learn techniques that make them go more easily, and safer. In order to get our best second time advice, we reached over to a few dating coaches.

1. Be open to what you want from the deadline.

The most important initial time advice for both men and women is to be specific about what you want from the discussion. If you want a relaxed encounter or maybe a more extended- word relationship, that should be shared from the beginning. Let your date know if you just want to have some fun.

2. Arrive on time.

Lateness can also be distracting for your date, which is not a great first impression. If it’s a blind day, try to arrive at least a few minutes earlier so that you can sit in and offer them a speedy hug.

3. Beg queries.

While you do n’t want to dominate the conversation, asking your date questions about themselves and their lives is a good way to be interesting. This can help you find out a lot about their interests, values and experiences, and it will keep the conversation from becoming too one- sided.

4. Watch out for indications that your meeting would be a great fit for you.

On the other hand, if you’re not really into someone or can tell that they are n’t what you’re looking for, it’s okay to be honest. Likewise, if you’re really not interested in sex on your first date but they’re insistent, do n’t force it.