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How to make dating stress free

Mental Wellbeing

Are you currently living the single life? It can be difficult trying to fit in dating with work, family and socialising with friends. But you also want to find that special someone.

You are not alone with these struggles. Many of us feel that we are missing out and the pressure can build up. Regardless, dating should be fun and no stress at all!

You may feel that you’ve been on many dates, but still struggling to find the right one. But, fear not, Mynurva have some tips on how you can make that dating a bit more manageable.

Plan your day in advance

Speak things through before you meet. This is essential to make sure you have a day planned in advance. There is nothing worse than going somewhere you don’t enjoy right?

If you really want to get to know the person, make sure you consider the following:

  1. Do you both enjoy socialising in similar places?
  2. What are the similarities
  3. Will your differences be a problem?
  4. Could you compromise and spend time

Get to know the person

Although you should have got to know the person a little bit before meeting, the first date allows you to see whether you have a connection. The few things you need to look for are:

  • Do you have anything in common?
  • Are your personalities compatible
  • Do they have any habits which may annoy you long-term?
  • Do their interests match yours?
  • Do you both have similar morals?
  • Is religion something you need to think about?

Asking as many questions on the first date also allows you to see if there is a possibility of progressing long-term.

It will not only save you time in the long run, but also help you understand if the person is someone you could get on with.

So, don’t fear to ask questions, especially if you know what you are looking for! However if you feel to follow the flow, that is fine too. Just do what feels right and do not feel too pressured to try and impress the date.

Identify your similarities

The first date is also an opportunity to see what you both have in common, this includes:

  • Favourite food
  • Music taste
  • Favourite places to dine out
  • Your views on social situations

Listen to your gut!

If you feel that you do not want a second date, listen to your git feeling. There is nothing worse than wasting your own time and the other persons! It is best to just get it out in the open and let each other know how you feel from day one.

Although the dating period could become a little stressful, it is fine to take your time. Find out what works for you.

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