Experts in Dating and Relationships say that the first date will tell you a lot about a person.
As a Christian, it is important to be on watch for these things to determine whether or not there should be a second date.
🙂 These tips should get you through your first coffee “meet and greet.” If you don’t like coffee or the timing is off consider places that serve smoothies, frozen yogurt, ice cream or some other quiet place where you can chat.
The thing I like about these kinds of places for the first date is that they tend to last no more than an hour, they are affordable, and they are good places to talk.
You are going to need to get out and meet people, talk to them, and even more importantly listen to what they say. So here you go guys – prepare for the date or meet and greet, whatever you want to call it, by showering, shaving, brushing your teeth, trimming your nails, and dressing appropriately.
On a “coffee” date I tend to wear a pair of nice shoes, jeans (not my favorite ones with holes in them), and a button up shirt (left un-tucked).
It shows that I put effort into getting ready and that I care about my appearance, yet I am relaxed.