The First Impression Is A Lasting Impression

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by pingtion, Feb 16, 2008.

  1. pingtion

    pingtion Guest

    The first date is the most apprehensive, nerve wreaking event in the
    beginning of any relationship and it is also the "first impression"
    and the one thing in life that can never be changed!

    OK, so you have talked for months on the computer and on the phone,
    you have talked about childhood to adulthood, good and bad, past
    relationships, family and everything else in between and you think you
    really know this person and like them enough to meet them in person.
    The anticipation builds, you talk and you plan, where to go, what to
    do, what to wear, so many preparations to make a great impression and
    hopefully start a relationship that will last a lifetime.

    In making that first impression, insure that you have been honest with
    this person and they have been honest with you, dishonesty does not a
    good relationship make. Talk to your new friend and discuss what you
    would like to do, where you would like to go, keeping the others likes
    and dislikes in mind. From that point try the following tips to plan
    an outing that is sure to be a pleasant time for both of you.

    1. Whatever your plans are, have a backup plan in case of
    cancellation, closing or the weather.

    2. Be punctual, plan a specific time and meeting place 3. Discuss the
    attire for your outing, nothing worse than showing up in a casual
    attire when your date is dressed more formal.

    4. The first date should be short and informal, about 2 hours. If
    after 10 minutes your are cringing in your seat and realize this is
    not the one, you can cut it short and move on, however if you like
    them and it is going well, you can always extend the date.

    5. Do not discuss or bad mouth past partners, talk about your
    interests, your
    pingtion, Feb 16, 2008
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