Women often get advice about what to do on a date: what to wear, what to say, where to go. Less often, however, are they told what to avoid doing on a date. If you've been unlucky in love, consider the following common dating blunders to avoid:
Forgetting your manners. If you think good manners are a thing of the past, you better think again. Manners matter, even in the dating world. Good manners go beyond saying please and thank you; be mindful of how you treat everyone, including the wait staff at a restaurant. Being kind and thoughtful to your date but rude to your server speaks volumes about your character, so don't forget your manners at home when you head out on a date.
Dating your phone. You're out on a date with a wonderful man and you decide that you just have to let your friends know how it's going-- right this very minute. So you get out your phone and send a group text, then move on to Twitter. After tweeting about this man you just know you're going to marry, you update your Facebook status to tell everyone that you've found the man of your dreams. Meanwhile, your date is staring blankly into space, completely bored while you play on your phone. Bringing your phone on a date is fine; dating your phone is not. Set your phone to vibrate and leave it in your purse until the date is over.
Oversharing. It's nice when you feel so comfortable with someone that conversation flows naturally. Just make sure that you're not sharing too much too soon. Your date doesn't need to hear about your ex-boyfriend's annoying habits, nor does he need to know about that terrible bout of the stomach flu you had last month.
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