We're all looking to meet someone, and in this day and age the easiest way to do that is through one of the various dating apps out there.
But we can all admit it can get disheartening swiping through all of those people for the frustration of someone not answering your messages after matching.
Many of my dating coaching clients have questions about what to ask during the first phone call. Understandably, most busy midlife women say they don’t have time to waste on the wrong men.
What I have found over the past 10 years as a dating coach, and from my own journey to find my own husband, this can be trickier than you think.
From there you pick the winner, no messaging allowed, and show up.
It brings back the classic idea of a blind date, as you only know what the person's name is and what they look like before you go out with them.
Were you tongue-tied and did you feel that you hadn’t made a very good job of selling yourself?
On 'First', the stakes are high and your inhibitions should be low.The main point of dating someone is to get to know that person better, so you can decide if the two of you have long-term potential.The best way to do that is by having plenty of good conversations, so you can learn how your date thinks and feels about the things that are important to you.If you mess up the phone call, you could end up with few first dates and keep yourself single.Here are five tips to help you have a great first phone call and hopefully get a first date too! Make a good impression – the first phone call is a two way street Many women forget the first phone call is a two way street.