Creating That Perfect Date Part 5: Enjoying the Date

Now everything is planned and ready it’s time to get in there and enjoy your date. There a few things you will need to keep an eye out for as you enjoy your time with your spouse.

There may be situations that arise which take the date in a different way from your original intention. Consider them and determine if they will improve or decrease the enjoyment of this time before deciding if you should pursue or not. Occasionally a spontaneous event in a date might be the crowning jewel on a date.

They need to not have any appeal to you on the date. Your date is the only person which should draw any attention from you. By keeping your focus on your date you’re telling them they’re the most important person for you at this moment. If you’re looking around at everybody else around you, you’re telling your date that you’re still shopping and are comparing them to others around you. This is their time, ensure it is that.

Do not pressure your date to rush through any specific area of the date. Let them enjoy and enjoy each part of your time together. If you install your program correctly, you need to have enough time to allow for some additional time at various stops throughout the love date.

Engage your date on the topics that you intended for and be certain to follow their comments prior to making yours. Think about what they’re saying and respond with appropriate comments. Always attempt to practice active listening techniques so that your date knows that you’re listening to what they say and are interested in their opinions.

Lastly, do not stress your date for any actions which they aren’t interested in. Maintain the date to the actions from the invitation unless they suggest extra curricular activities that you would enjoy. Men, that means that you don’t even consider sex during or later unless they initiate it. Let this date only be about a having a great time enjoying the company and conversation of one another. There’ll be other opportunities for different activities on future dates when this goes well.

So the date is finished, you’ve left your date in the appropriate place and are enjoying the afterglow of this date. It’s now time for the last step of this date: The article Mortem.

Nathaniel Reeves is an Author, Speaker and Coach, helping individuals improve their relationship and relationships since 2001. After leaving a failed Union in 1992 Nathaniel started a study to understand how we could make our relationships grow, flourish and last. He’s recently begun a monthly newsletter to talk about his incites about making our relationships equally attractive and vibrant.