But that doesn't mean the work is done - not until you begin dating. The second date is as crucial as the first one, maybe even more.
While the first date may have been great, you must know that getting through the second one without any goof-ups is an even more important step towards impressing her.
While a girl prepares herself for the second date, she feels rest assured at her heart that everything will go smoother as before.
She can lure her guy with her naughty looks; she can entice him toward her gorgeous makeover, or can engage him in her funny talks.
The one surefire way of knowing the man you're with is interested in you — not feigning interest, but actually interested in you — is he will make prolonged and regular eye contact.
Guys, and I'm sure women alike, will do their best to fill the silences when they aren't especially interested in the woman they're with.
Adam after the first date – when he dropped her off at home at 10pm, and just drove away – as she walked up to her apartment in the pitch black night. Amy called Adam the next day – fully intending to dump him, (slyly calling at 2pm, thinking he’d be at work, so she’d just get his answering machine).
© Images Bazaar If you've already been to a restaurant with her the last time, try out something new. Keep the setting contrastingly different, so she can see a totally different side of you.
If the weather is pleasant, take her out in the open.
Dating Tip #2 - Almost Always Give Someone a Second Chance First impressions are crucial – but whoa – can they sometimes be wrong! Three weeks ago, my client “Mandy” went on a date with “Keith.” Promptly 90 minutes after the date had ended, I heard my cell phone buzz with a text: Mandy: “Don’t think Keith liked me very much.”Bela: “Why?
Haven’t you ever said or done something, and wished that a giant “UNDO” button would appear, erasing the cringeworthy thing that just came out of your mouth? ”Mandy: “We left the bar, said goodbye, and he just took off. Now, being in the thick of it with each client, I’m a little bummed – and trying to think of a “make Mandy feel better” response.