“Remember that getting ready for a first ‘meet-up’ takes as much time and effort for a woman as a real first date,” Davidson explains.
“She’ll spend time doing her hair, applying her makeup oh-so-perfectly, choosing the right outfit—all of which is easily an hour or more out of her day.
It’s no reflection on you, and it doesn't matter if you spend your Sundays helping out at the local orphanage or old folks home.
So if she's being a little less forthcoming with personal information or unwilling to go somewhere more private, she’s exercising common sense.
Let her, and also bear in mind that common sense works both ways—the aforementioned cautions all hold merit, for her as well as for [pagebreak] One of the biggest mistakes of online communication is thinking a relationship forged from over-sharing is the real deal.
There’s always the chance that the person you got to know online isn’t what she seems.
To find out the secrets to getting a second date, we asked our friends at Perfect Match — a dating site that uses a psychologist-developed compatibility system to match singles — to sound in. Making sure that the dating service you use connects you with highly compatible matches.