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These dates involve a lot of one on one talking time with no escape if you’re not having fun.
It’s really hard to say “ok I have to go home now” or some other awkward excuse to peace out.
Remember I’m an introvert too so going out on lots of dates wasn’t exactly my pass-time of choice, yet I knew that I didn’t want to be single forever.
I knew that it was important to make this a priority in my life so as to not have to date anymore. Dates that involve some kind of distraction and have a limited time frame.
Instead of thinking that hes judging you, think that he’s interested in you. This is especially true if you guys met online and got a feel for his lifestyle and interests before meeting up.
If his interests weren’t “I like to party hard every weekend and shotgun beers until it comes out my nose” and were more like “I enjoy reading books and working out alone” then it’s really likely he’s probably introverted just like you.
I used to have a friend who’d say, “Dating is nothing but a numbers game.” She believed that going on more dates was equivalent to a higher likelihood of falling in love.
It might sound pretty reasonable when you first hear it except for the fact that it’s utter bullshit. It took me years of dating before I finally started ignoring this type of “practical” advice. The more people you meet, the higher the chances you’ll find someone that you really connect with. If you decided to only go on one date for your whole life, do you think that one person would be “the one”? it’s happened before, I know but the chances of that are slim.
Take comfort in knowing that he probably hates this as much as you do and is probably just as nervous as you are.