In order to increase your chances of a second date, it's important to leave a suitor with a good first impression – and we have some simple tips on how to do just that.
For some expert first-date advice we spoke with Kateryna Spiwak, a Toronto-based dating and relationship coach.
She shares five strategies for making a positive first impression.1.
Don't forget what the goal of a first date is It's important to remember that the purpose of a first date is to see if you want to go on a second one.
"Stay in the present, focus on the present and don't think too far ahead." Spiwak also recommends hitting the gym a few hours before the date to release some of your nervous energy or simply thinking back to great dates you've had in the past for a little confidence boost.
Sitting down with someone new on a first date, hoping you come across in a positive manner, can often be nerve-wracking.While it may be easy for some people, others may find their nerves get the best of them.