4 Factors That Can Ruin Your Chances Of Getting A Second Date

So you'd like to convince her to go on another date with you...

So you’d like to convince her to go on another date with you…

Unlike what a lot of self-proclaimed “dating gurus” are saying, convincing a woman to go on a second date with you isn’t about following some “surefire” tips from them that are supposedly guaranteed to make her say yes sooner or later.

Now while I’ve previously explained that there are some ways to boost your chances of getting a second date with a woman, like keeping in mind to switch off your mobile phone and wearing clean shoes, this time I’m going to walk you through some factors that will only lead you nowhere.

Make sure you read on to find out what these are…

You show up with a lot of jewelry on.

Although accessorizing is a smart way to look and smell like a million bucks, which is definitely a must if you’re looking to make a good first impression on the woman you’re going out with for the first time, overdoing it will simply make her feel that you’re trying too hard.

If you’re having a tough time which accessories to go for, just remember this no-fuss tip: choose two and you’re good to go.

You arrive late.

Now while this may sound cliché, but you should arrive before her on your date or else you’ll just give her the wrong idea about you.

See, women are basically very particular when it comes to punctuality. If you’re late on a date, chances are they’ll just think that you’re not that responsible and will see you in a negative light.

And when this happens, her body will have a surge of negative hormones that will simply make her feel anxious and impatient. Be there at least 15 minutes earlier and you’re good to go.

You try to break the ice with complicated subjects.

Although intelligence is sexy for women, trying to engage her in a conversation with complicated topics isn’t going to cut it.

She’s just going to think that you’re pretentious and won’t be that excited to exchange meaningful ideas with you no matter how hard you try.

Make it a point to keep things light and simple and you’ll be rather surprised how your conversation will go.

You discuss the “future.”

No matter what you do, never try to jump ahead and talk about the possibility of having a future romantic relationship with her.

Sure a first date may be your stepping stone to a more serious connection with her, but talking about the subject the first time you go out with each other is just plain creepy for her.

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