That way, if you see a red flag, it will be abundantly clear that this person is not for you. Lack of “chemistry”and inconsequential preference differences. “Too many people are quick to dismiss a date because of arbitrary reasons or a lack of chemistry, which can take time to develop,” she says.
Also, just because your date doesn’t share your passion for The Biebs or 2. It’s best to be quick and honest when telling your date you want to head home.
Whether it’s because you notice a serious red flag, are stuck in one of those places you should never go on a first date or find out your date possesses one of your non-negotiable deal breakers (yikes!Always take the high road, even if you're feeling low.Wishing you much love and joy in cyberspace, or wherever you may roam.xo Julie Spira is America's Top Online Dating Expert and Digital Matchmaker.She was an early adopter of Internet dating and has been coaching singles on how to find love online for over 20 years.
That’s a question that really can’t be answered on a first date.” So unless there are major red flags, do your best to stick it out and give your potential boo a fighting chance.