If you are dating and are not happy with the dating process, or if you are not dating and would like to be, perhaps you should take a hard look at what you want in a date. There are women/men who will take anyone they can find, but if you want someone who is truly a companion and enjoys life with you, then you need to be an interesting person to be around.

So the first dating tip is: "Be interesting". Second, think about what your dream date likes to do. If you want someone who shares your interest in photography, then join a club or take a class in photography. This can be an opportunity to naturally move from common interest to dating. If it doesn't end up in marriage or a long term relationship, you've still enjoyed her company and vice versa.Third, attention to details is important to a woman.

These can be details like remembering her favorite food is chocolate and bringing her a single chocolate morsel chosen with care. It can be the small points of courtesy like a protective arm on a rain-slick pavement. It can mean being sensitive to romantic settings which please her or to sexual practices which make her uncomfortable.Fourth, a sense of humor is always appreciated. That rarely means telling off color jokes, or jokes with heavy sexual innuendoes. Jokes that demean others (even your ex) are not funny.

Unless you are both in the same business-in which case dating may not be a good idea-don't talk business on a date. If your only interest is to talk about yourself and your business activities, you are a very one-sided person and shouldn't start dating until you can focus on some other topic.One final tip-know when to begin the date-on time, and also when to end the date. A woman who has been waiting for you to arrive for 15 minutes is not going to be relaxed and smiling when you arrive. Tardiness is rude, and is not acceptable for either the man or the woman. At the end of the evening, know when to say goodnight and leave. That is also a subjective thing, but she may be giving you some hints if you are observant enough to read them.

Tuesday, November 27, 2007