A major turnoff for men on a date!

A major turnoff for men on a date!

When you are on a date, we get that you are nervous and your anxiety level is at level 10 but you still need to try and reign it in because when people’s anxiety levels are high, they tend to complain or come off as rude to others.

When it comes to making a good impression on a date, MANNERS MATTER!


A major turnoff for men on a date!

Try your best not to complain or be negative. Is what you have to say or complain about really worth the possibility that you might scare off your date for good?

Let me be clear, I’m not saying your opinion doesn’t matter, just to remember that manners matter most of all and that sometimes when we are nervous we tend to complain more than we might normally do.

This especially important when it comes to how you treat your waitstaff – this goes for your date too.

Men know that a woman who’s quick to call another woman a bad word may be subconsciously jealous or have low self-esteem.

And women know (or hopefully know) that any man who talks down to the waitress may do the same to you one day and that’s a deal breaker!

When on a date be positive, thankful and full of compliments. Put your best foot forward and that means putting your phone away. There’s nothing worse than ignoring your date by paying to much attention to your phone.


If you really want to impress your date be the person that is full of good news, similes, and optimism. Be that positive force that pushes your relationship forward.


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Tracy Tegan
Tracy Tegan has spent the last seventeen years as a professional blogger about relationships, dating, and issues pertaining to gender equality at girl.pw. In her spare time, she writes romance novels that are available at Amazon.  You can check out Tracy Tegan's latest romance novel, Crescent Moon at Amazon.

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