It’s always smart to run a background check on anyone you’ve met online before agreeing to meet in person.
Many of my dating coaching clients have questions about what to ask during the first phone call. Understandably, most busy midlife women say they don’t have time to waste on the wrong men.
Although you can text, Tinder or Facebook - nothing beats the immediate satisfaction of scoring a date with an old-fashioned phone call!
When you finally get a number - either online or at a bar - it’s exciting and nerve-racking to make that first call! If you’ve already got their digits, you’re half way to scoring a first date! So you’ve decided to call up your sweetheart and ask them out. Especially if you don’t know what to say on the phone! If your crush asks how you’re doing, don’t rant about your car breaking down.
Whenever I’m asked for advice on calling men, I’m reluctant to give out hard-and-fast rules about what to say. If he tells you something interesting about himself i.e. If someone asks obvious questions like “Done much today? DON’Ts When calling men you should never feel the need to keep talking until your both bored of the conversation.
But that’s not to say there aren’t tips to help you in this area, which is why I’ve compiled some handy Do’s and Don’ts to help you effortless phone conversations: DO’s The crucial advice when calling men is to start with your voice. he plays an instrument – ask him why he chose that instrument. Sometimes it’s best to leave it on a high and save the extra chat for next time. You’re calling to enjoy chatting, so it should never feel like a job interview. It’s up to you to set the tone of the conversation; if you act nervous, he’ll feel nervous.
The reason is because you’ll come off like every other horn dog guy. Before you dial, type their digits into a reverse phone lookup site.Make sure their details match up with what they’ve told you.Have a specific activity in mind before dialing and stick to it. Save the awesome conversation topics for the first date! If you talk too much, you might accidentally put your foot in your mouth. Pay attention to any red flags when dialing a date for the first time.It’s easy to recover from a bad joke or negative comment in person, but it’s harder to convey your real intentions over the phone. No matter how perfect they might seem, anyone can be hiding a dark side. Only arrange to meet a stranger in a public place or in a group setting.