Visualise a great date – one where the conversation flows easily – and hold on to the positive feelings that the thought encourages. Stand in front of the mirror, put your shoulders back, and say out loud ‘I can do this’.It may sound strange but it really works.’ ‘When we laugh we release endorphins, which can help us to relax.‘It’s always tempting to ‘accidentally’ check out a date’s social media accounts before meeting up.
While we all want to present the best version of ourselves, dressing in a way that feels unnatural is guaranteed to make you feel uncomfortable and is likely to put a damper on your date.
Wear something that you’re comfortable in and that reflects the real you.’ ‘First date nerves are natural, but you can tackle them by employing a few confidence tricks.
Sharing a laugh on a first date is a great way to break the ice as well as an effective bonding tool.
You don’t need to start telling knock-knock jokes, but if you have a funny anecdote or two in your arsenal, don’t be afraid to share.’ ‘Most of what we communicate is through our body language rather than words.
Folded arms and legs creates a physical barrier that implies you’re closed off. And don’t be afraid to make eye contact – it’s a great way to show your date that you’re interested.’ ‘There are few things more attractive than someone who gives us their undivided attention.