The purpose of dating is simple: getting to know someone and letting them get to know you so that you can decide whether you’re interested in spending any more time together. Put aside the notion that you’re looking for a mate or a one-night stand or someone to please your mom.You’re just dating so that you can get to know somebody a bit and let them get to know you.Also, it occurred to me that you would be even more interested in the Q&A part of last week’s live event than the lecture.
That way, if you’re having fun and your date is having fun, you’re going to want to do it again.So why such sweaty palms if this is supposed to be fun?Whether you’re young and haven’t dated much or older and have been out of circulation so long you’ve forgotten how to flirt, dating can be intimidating. Joy Browne, America’s favorite psychologist, demystifies the whole dating process, from getting a date, plotting the place, and having a great time (or dealing with dud dates) to moving beyond a first date, playing it safe, and how sex can impact a budding relationship.Back in the late 1950s Creamies was asked by a grade school principal to make a frozen treat with milk instead of sugar water.As I explain in the audio from the Q&A session last week, nastiness tends to redound on itself.
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It’s because the way people date — their expectations and assumptions and goals — have changed with the times.
Adam and Eve were the original blind date (and we know who fixed them up).
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