What to do for having a second date with a doctor?

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If you meet a rich doctor on a medical dating site, dating from online to offline can be stressful. You're trying to strike the right balance between impressiveness and indifference. You’re stressing where to take her, what to say, who’s going to pay for what and – most of all – do you go for the kiss at the end of the night? And then, of course, if all goes well, will there be a second date? Or you wait by the phone and it never rings. How can you make sure you have a second chance with your doctor hang out?

Fortunately, it’s all pretty simple, as long as you keep your head. If you want to get that second date, you need to know how to ace the first date and what common pitfalls and mistakes you need to avoid.

A Great First Date is Not An Interview: Take it Easy

A great first date really isn’t that complicated. You need to pay attention to three things: conversation, funny and a hint of sexual tension. You want your dater to go home thinking about what a great guy she just hung out with and how much fun it would be to see him again. This is why most of my favorite first dates with a dentist are structured to avoid the “audition” frame that so many first dates turn in to – sitting awkwardly across from each other, asking the 10 standard getting-to-know-you questions everybody asks and spending most of the date inside your own head instead of, you know, enjoying yourselves.

An important, yet often neglected key to avoiding the awkward “interview” vibe on a first date is positioning. Think of your average job interview: you’re staring nervously at your prospective employer who sits behind their massive desk as she asks the questions that decide your fate.

Now think about how you position yourself on a first date: sitting awkwardly across from one another from across a table while you ask questions and hope you don’t screw up. A simple change of where you’re sitting – from directly across to perpendicular – completely changes the tone of the interaction.

Your first date: turn off the iPhone

You might not think this is necessary, but too many people ruin a perfect first date by not cutting off their electronics. Personally, I've seen far too many daters forget to have a conversation with their date because they leave their iPhone on the table and stare at each other whenever a new email or text comes in. It's annoying and disrespectful to your date -- you explicitly tell her that she's not as interesting as your fantasy football league update or @partyinmypants69's latest retweets to you suggest. If your phone doesn't last more than 30 seconds, turn it off completely. If you have a reason, you have to be able to reach your family - medical emergencies are acceptable... Barely - set a filter; Most smartphones have a "do not disturb" feature that allows only certain Numbers to pass.

Watch the distance between you: sit next to her

By sitting next to your date, or from a perspective, you can eliminate the ambivalence between you or the estrangement between you. This will make you feel friendlier and less confrontational, which will make both of you feel at ease. What's more, it makes it easier for people to engage in casual physical contact, which is harder to do sitting down.

If you want to have a second chance of dating a rich single doctor, you have to keep these tips in your mind.

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