Attention: Discover How To End A Bad First Date
Okay, you’ve read his profile online and it looked like you were both destined for each other.
You meet in a restaurant and your first date starts well – until he speaks to you. 20 minutes later, you know how awesome he is because he told you so!
You will quickly notice that this date going nowhere, but how can you end it correctly while sending a message that it longer interests you?
Here’s the unusual strategy that most people don’t know on how to end a bad first date.
Yes, I realize it sounds obvious, but for many people honesty about their true feelings is not the first strategy that comes to mind.
If you tactfully say on your date that you simply don’t see a future together, you have just sent out a clear and distinctive message.
On the other hand, deception can keep you from having a bad date, but what does it cost you in terms of self-esteem?
Incredibly, many other relationship experts recommend using deceit to end a bad date.
For example, I recently read an article where the author included tips like “spilling a cold drink in your lap” and “using your child’s curfew” as a way out of a bad date!
Come on, really?
Here are some other things to keep in mind: If you are lying to get out of a bad date, often times, it leaves the door open so the person can try again.
For example, if you tell him you are sick, he might decide to ask you out another time. Then the cycles start again with lies.
Being honest keeps everything up to date and ensures a clean break.
Most rational people will appreciate that you respect them enough to be honest.
Most importantly, it makes you feel better.
Yes, “honesty is the best policy” may be a cliché, but it’s a cliché because it’s true – and it works better.
So what do you think of the best way to end a bad first date?