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Apprehension can strike down the most seasoned dater but, luckily, there are ways to beat it.In a TED talk, social psychologist Amy Cuddy advises standing tall and open in times of stress, as such ‘power stances’ can raise levels of testosterone and cortisol, boosting confidence and quelling nerves.We want to give our hearts, mind and very soul to a man, and meld together into a perfect relationship.We give away our exclusivity before a man gives us the commitment we want.
In fact, a study at the University of Florida found that you shouldn’t wait longer than 17 to 23 days before testing your spark in real life; those who stall can end up creating an idealized image of their date in their heads that reality can struggle to live up to.
When we close off our options with other men too soon, we actually sabotage our ability to get the commitment and intimacy we so desire.
It’s the biggest mistake women make, and you need to stop it – right now!
That's ok, as a first date that goes nowhere is still a really useful learning experience, one that can inspire you to say yes to the date that Claire Cohen, writing for the Telegraph ‘Online dating tipping point: When should you meet in person?
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They're there to help you have a safe, happy (and hopefully romantic) time with someone wonderful.