For many people, putting together a dating profile is the easy bit (although believe me, there are plenty who find this task nearly impossible).
They even think that chatting in emails or on the phone isn’t so bad either but when it comes to actually going out on a date — the very reason they were online dating in the first place — this is where they panic. They worry they’ll get found out (whatever that means) or that they’ll get tongue-tied and have nothing to say.
In many people’s minds, meeting on a dating site or via email was an automatic strike against your chances of forging a serious, long-term relationship. Meeting online is now one of the most common ways to find a partner.
Literally millions of people (including me) who first met online are now married, and psychologists are starting to examine these relationships. One independent study surveyed almost 20,000 Americans who met their spouse online.
People, on the whole, love talking about themselves.
So, to take the pressure off, arm yourself with some great questions to ask your date.
If he can't pinpoint the time of his conversion, or at least the time frame in which it occurred, then it might not have ever happened. Is he counting on his good deeds, religious rituals, and winning smile to get to heaven, or does he describe coming to the point of recognizing his sinfulness, turning from his own path in life, and receiving Christ as his forgiver and leader?Dating can get monotonous, so be sure to have a few interesting questions up your sleeve.This is definitely not a bad first date question, on the contrary.They fear they aren’t interesting and will bore their date, hence make a fool of themselves. But let me tell you something: it’s just thoughts, and your thoughts aren’t facts.The fear is real, I get that, I’ve felt it many times!As a coach I listen a lot more than I talk, it’s the nature of what I do.