How To End A Date

Some daters feel like the end of the date is the most anxiety provoking time in the whole evening. It really does not have to be that way however. As long as you stay true to yourself and be honest with your date, there is no wrong way to end a date. If you are a little worried, remember these tips.

When ending a date, you should never lead the other person on. If you had a great time, be sure to tell your date. But if you did not, you can just end the evening with a nice "thank you". There is no need to tell the person you will call them if you have no intentions of doing so. Also, being rude and hurting your date's feelings is uncalled for. Be respectful at all times.

Do not plan on kissing (or more) your date at the end of the evening. This will only preoccupy your mind during the date. Unless both parties are showing a lot of interest, there is no reason to believe that this is a given. Use common sense when planning out a good night kiss.

Keep in mind that dating a process. Just because you went on one date and had fun does not mean that you are going to get married. If you had a good time, feel free to ask for a second date.

If you feel uncomfortable asking at the end of your first date, you can always call the next day.

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By: Peter Portero

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