If you are in search of a great guy, not just a great date, and don’t want to waste your time, I challenge you to do the same.
it comes to men who are serious about getting married.Sometimes unpromising beginnings take sudden turns for the better, and people fall in love.But not infrequently, a couple may be strongly attracted to one another on the first date.Furthermore, if there is a “race” to run, it’s a marathon, not a sprint. The truth is, a second date would be better described as a “second first date.” Think of it as version 1.5 of a new software release—mostly the same, but with slight upgrades and a few of the bugs worked out.For instance, the worst of the awkward uncertainty is behind you.As she notes in a post she did for Huff-Po, she talked to guys who went out with her clients but DIDN'T call back after a date and also talked to happily hitched guys; she needled all of them, asking for detailed feedback about why they thought some women had immediate potential, and others didn't.In her post, she describes the three lessons she found most surprising. So Greenwald advises you hold on to your opinions ... Men appreciate the gesture when women offer to contribute to the bill--although if they're into you, they won't let you (though they might let you pay for the post-prandial drink).In reality, you’d be jumping the gun to take off running just yet.For one thing, after just one date, you are still just getting warmed up. In your quest for meaningful romance, things are starting to look up.You recently went on a first date, and it must have gone well because you now have plans for a second.