What turns men off on a first date?

What turns men off on a first date?

29.07.2022 0 By admin

Strategies to help:

  • Enjoy the moment – enjoy the moment

  • Pay attention to your body language

  • The phrase “Thank you, that was a nice compliment”

  • And “I haven’t had this much fun in a long time”


“She chattered non-stop about her past relationships. She made me sad to death, to be honest, I don’t care what she had with her ex. ”

The Ex has only one topic to talk about – her ex. Usually her “reportage” is distinguished by an abundance of details and unnecessary details to anyone. Despite hundreds of books and articles explaining why it is not necessary to talk about the past, she, with a tenacity worthy of a better application, returns to this topic. Men react to such a woman very negatively. They want to move forward, they care about the future, not the past. A woman who is still in love with her ex-partner or is “equipped” with serious emotional ballast that makes this movement difficult is of little interest to them. Oh yeah, the inevitable pop-up topic of competition doesn’t really appeal to them either.

Strategies to help:

  • Not a word about the former!

  • Answer only the questions asked.

  • Tell funny stories that the ex has nothing to do with

  • The phrase “I’m so looking forward to what the future will bring”, etc.

One way street

“God gave us two ears and only one mouth for a reason.”

A one-way street is a woman who lives in her own world, of which she is the center. She constantly talks about herself, her beloved, dominates the conversation and thinks that a man is infinitely interested in her, and she herself sparkles with fun. Her behavior has nothing to do with the nervousness that quite often occurs before a first date. One Way Street has a different personal problem: she takes herself too seriously. For most men, the presence of a pronounced “I-orientation” in a woman is a reason to turn off an acquaintance. As a rule, they think that such a person does not have a real interest in them, does not know how to empathize and sympathize, and, in principle, does not know how to relax.

Strategies to help:

  • Alternate “I – he, I – he”

  • Look into his eyes (or at least the bridge of his nose)

  • Make sure he’s interested

  • Limit your alcohol intake.