Singles seek New Ways to Manage too many Dating Possibilities

In the past, young people had little chance of meeting others beyond their immediate neighborhood and circle of family acquaintances.  Therefore, matchmakers served the important function of introducing people who would not otherwise have met.

However, technological advances in the use of computers have popularized online dating, only for people to find out the “Internet deceits” The use of a matchmaker is gaining a revived popularity as one answer to managing this huge number of datingpossibilities.  A matchmaker will also function as a built-in counselor for guidance in the choices related to dating,  as well as the realistic selection of a life partner.


Dating requires preparation and effort, so when you are on a date and you can see that your date has obviously spent time planning his or her wardrobe and the place and time to meet, remember to be gracious and acknowledge their efforts.

Compliment your date on how he or she looks. When it is obvious that she or he has spent time getting ready for the date, bring attention to yourself by showing that you are an observant and considerate person. It is very flattering to be recognized for the effort made in being well-turned out. A simple comment like, “You dress very well,” or “You look so attractive tonight,” will get you lots of mileage in the dating and building a warm relationship.

Stay Positive and Upbeat When On A Date by Elisabeth Dabbelt

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When dating, stay positive and upbeat. The best way to stay that way is to only date people to whom you are attracted, no matter what your friends or associates say about that person. Approval by your peers doesn’t prove a thing, and it is very juvenile to think otherwise.

Be interested and interesting. Ask questions, share insights, and pay attention when your date is telling you about their likes and dislikes. Make sure to note the things they like to read, movies and plays they like to watch, music they like to hear.

If you are making the effort to be positive and your date is a cynical mess, end the date, be gracious, and move on. If they ever ask you what happened, say, “I just did not think that we had that much in common.”

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What you should know before your start meeting your new potential! Always look your Best!

No matter how long it’s been since you’ve been on a date, there is no excuse for not looking your best. A little mascara, lip gloss and cute outfit can go a long way. And don’t forget to wear a smile. Have fun!

Not every guy will be perfect, so even if you’re not clicking with your date, try to have a good time. Think of it as practice.
Leave your past behind.

Avoid discussing into your past relationships. You don’t need to relive history, and your date doesn’t either. Before long, you will both be bashing former loves, and the night will be ruined. Instead, focus on the guy you’re with and getting to know him.

Do not drink too much!
Drinking can lower your inhibitions and help calm your nerves, but after a cocktail or two, your judgment becomes altered. Stay in control by watching how much you drink.

Turn off Cell phone and Blackberry!


When you’re on a first date, consider what you say. Be calm and relaxed and remember that this is the first time your date will experience your personality. When you go out on a first date there are some simple tips for conversation that will lead to a second date.

A compliment goes a long way. When you do compliment your date, make it is sincere by way of timing and phrasing. For example: When you first meet her, tell her you like the way she dresses by saying, “That outfit really looks great on you,” or “You dress very well.” Do not say loudly, “Wow!!! That dress makes you look so smokin’ hot, I don’t know how I’m gonna keep my hands off of you!” This may seem like a simple point, but with the excitement of meeting someone for the first time, you may slip, especially if you have had a drink or two.

Other subjects for complimenting your date include: her smile, her intellect, her hair, her voice, her kindness, or her direct attitude.
Try really hard to never bring up money, religion, or politics when engaging in conversation, while on a first date. These subjects are either explosive or smoldering with a potential to backfire in a big way.

Keep your conversations with a first date private. That means do not speak so loudly that everyone in the surrounding area can hear you. Also, avoid the urge to yell (especially if the date takes place in a crowded place) and do not use profanity. The latter is fine for a bawdy night out with your buddies or gal pals at a bar, but not for a private introduction on a first date. If you could hear such talk from the other side of the room, you would realize how it makes others (including your date) cringe.
Turn off your cell phone and do not answer calls for the first hour of the date, and only on emergency calls thereafter. For many people, this is a tough one. The only exceptions are: if you are on call for your job, or you have an emergency message from a baby sitter. Make sure if these situations might occur, you explain it to your date in advance. Even when emergency calls are a factor, you should put your phone on vibrate, so that the flow of conversation with your date will not be interrupted. If you do not find this to be an acceptable strategy, you should rethink dating altogether, because your compulsion to interrupt what she is saying means that you are not serious about focusing on her. Be honest with yourself about this subject.
If you follow these simple guidelines, you will be on your way to having a lovely time.