A male Health And Fitness is-it-ok-to-ask-for-a-second-date-immediately-and-when-to-tell-about-a-chronic-illness Is it ok to ask for a second date immediately? And when to tell about a chronic illness? Relationship & Sex    age 30-35, anonymous writes:

The Fat Decimator System

Hi all, a quick couple of questions.

I went on an date set up from an online site last night. I have been on 2 dates over the last few months and had sworn off it as I didn’t enjoy the process but she contacted me and I thought well why not, let’s give it a shot.I actually think it went quite well. In my eyes it was a practical sort of attraction. Not the stereotypical ‘wow’ but that nice realization that you are sat opposite someone who seems nice, intelligent, communicative and interesting which I think is the best reaction to have to someone. So at the end of the date I asked if she would like to meet again. I will admit that the end was the only awkward part of the date. I don’t do this often and am not sure on te ‘etiquette’ so immediately was concerned that I had put her on the spot. I didn’t know how to end it so just blurted it out. But she responded suggesting we go on a wal somewhere which I thought was a lovely idea. A little awkward kiss on the cheek and we went our separate ways.I thanked her for her company later on and said I enjoyed the night. She replied in a very short text wasting she did too but which left me wondering if she is not actually sure yet. Now I have no issue if she is not actually interested but for the sake of my ‘future dating life’ I wanted to ask if it is prudent to walk away from the first date without asking for a second so as not to put the other person in an awkward position? Or is it ok if you think things are going well to simply say so?—-Secondly, I have unfortunately had a chronic health condition for some time now and I am not sure if and when it will ever go. When starting a new relationship how soon do I bring it up? It is nothing that would directly effect the other person but it’s something that has an impact on my life 24/7 and at times can be close to debilitating. Obviously they need to know but it is important to let someone know immediately before things progress or is it ok to let them know a handful of dates down the line once they get to know you better?I haven’t ever really dated before but have had 2 long term girlfriends in my life that just sort of happened so I am new to how this all works.Thanks for your time!

View related questions: text

<– Rate this Question

Reply to this Question


Fancy yourself as an agony aunt? Add your answer to this question!

The 2 Week Diet