After you’ve found your perfect date night outfit, indulged in a lengthy getting-ready routine, and charmed your potential bae with interesting questions and flirty banter, it seems like nothing else could go wrong. After all, the hard part is over, you had a great first date, right? Unfortunately for many of us, the post-date glow fades quickly, and we soon forget the confidence we had while on our date as we sit and wait for that text saying, “Thanks for a great night.” It’s easy to fall into the trap of second-guessing every little thing that you did and said on a first date. But before you agonize over the smell of your perfume and the way you ate your dinner, think about how your date actually made you feel.
Did your date reciprocate your interesting questions? Did they listen when you talked about your career, your family, or your interests? Did you get a sense that they were someone you could have fun with or someone you could trust? Instead of focusing on what they might have seen in you on your date, analyze how you felt about them. Too often, women try so hard to be the version of themselves that a potential partner needs, they tend to forget about their own needs. Remember to look at the bigger picture.
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