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3 Tips for Surviving Your Blind Date

By on January 22, 2019 in Dating with 0 Comments

There is no doubt that dating is hard work in these crazy modern times.  We all have those friends that are always wanting to set you up with someone they know.  A blind date doesn’t have to be awful.  You can survive any date and actually have some fun.

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Singledom is fine, and something you need to embrace.  But you find that all your family and friends that are in couples, will always try to set you up.  The dreaded blind date is something that can make a grown person cringe and recoil in horror.

The only thing worse then, turning up to a blind date, that you’ve been set up on.  Is finding that your date is hunchback, buck toothed, one legged person, dressed like a pirate, refers to themselves as pirate Pete.  Is if you find them attractive.

Being set up for a blind date, can be exhilarating.  Writing this  at my parents place on holidays, I find out that my parents met 49 years ago, 4 children, 6 grandchildren, ago on a blind date. So can it work ? The answer is YES.  Should you go out on a blind date, well the answer is maybe.  Here are three tips for surviving any blind date

Does the person who set you up, really know you

If the person who set you up, is a very close friend, then it shouldn’t be a problem.  If its a friend of a friend or someone that is in your life at arms distance, suggest they know the perfect person for you to meet.  Think again.

Blind dates, can work, if the person that sets them up, know both people, and can see that there is compatible traits between both of the single people.  Two people to date and develop relationship need to  have a few things in common, other than both mutually know the person who set them up.

You can break the ice with a perfect stranger.  If you both enjoy or are interested in the same things. It does’t matter if that’s Golf, Ice fishing, or both Game of Thrones or Star trek fans.

Have a blind date safety strategy

Great you’ve been set up on a blind date, sure the person that set you up tells you, what a wonderful person they are.  Its doesn’t matter, the first few times you meet, you should always meet in a public place, and make sure someone knows where you are and who you are with.  Dating and safety go hand in  hand..

Have enough money or phone charge

This tip goes hand in hand with tip two.  When you’re on a blind date, make sure you have enough money to pay your own way.  Keep enough to pay for a cab home, and enough phone charge to call a friend if you need to.

If you’re single, and want to meet someone, it honestly doesn’t matter how you do that.  Whether it’s through online dating, or a blind date, or your meet them when you are at a book shop.  But dating should always be something that you enjoy, not something that causes you to break out in a rash from stress induced anxiety.

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About the Author: Cole West got call the Dating Ninja by his friends. As he has been there and done it in the dating world. Now its all about helping other people navigate the sometimes difficult world of dating. .

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