Dating Safety Tips when meeting someone for the first time.
Entering the dating scene can be daunting. In addition to feeling nervous about meeting new people your safety is probably one of your key concerns. Don’t let these concerns put you off dating all together. Just stay safe with these dating safety tips
Dating Safety Tips Number 1: Tell Someone
If you’re meeting a stranger for the first time, tell a friend or family member who you’re meeting and where you’re going. They will be just as concerned about your dating safety as you are, and they will probably be happy to agree to give you a call at a certain time, just to check that everything is ok.
Dating Safety Tips Number 2: Meet in Public
Never accept a lift on your first date, no matter how nice and trustworthy your date sounds. Meet in a busy public place and don’t tell your date how you intend to travel to your destination.
Dating Safety Tips Number 3: Don’t Give Your Home Address
When you’re dating someone new, an important safety tip is to be extremely vague about where you live. And definitely don’t give your home address to someone you don’t even know.
Dating Safety Tips Number 4: Make Sure You Dress to Create the Right Impression
This tip is crucial especially for women. Sure everyone likes to look their best, and appear attractive and appealing to the opposite sex. But save that super sexy cleavage enhancing top for a later date, and dress conservatively for your first one.
Dating Safety Tips Number 5: Don’t Drink Too Much
On a first date, it’s tempting to have a drink or two to calm your nerves. But for your own safety don’t go overboard. Not only are you putting yourself in a risky position, but you’re also more inclined to give away information that you shouldn’t be sharing at all.
Dating Safety Tips Number 6: Trust Your Instinct
Dating should be fun. But if something doesn’t feel right, whether it’s on your first date, or your fourth date, trust your instinct and disappear. If you feel really unsafe, don’t worry about offending the other person and don’t feel that you have to tell them that you’re going.
Don’t let these dating safety tips put you off dating. Chances are your date will go just fine and you won’t need to worry at all. But by following these tips religiously, you already have your safety covered and you will be able to enjoy your date.
Best Wishes, Dateblogger