101 dating tips women

Let's face it, when it comes to meeting the next Mr or Ms Right, we could all do with a little help.

Here are seven things to keep in mind next time you're out on a date.

Without getting too Sir Lancelot about things, a little etiquette goes a long way. Maybe open the door as she walks through, or offer your arm as she steps down from the curb – but play it by ear and don’t go too overboard.

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Hollywood makes it seem so effortless for people to find love.

But, reality check: Dating isn’t always easy, especially for quiet women.

Shy people can’t always walk up to someone and strike up a conversation.

Oftentimes, our shyness gives off the vibe that we’re stuck up or full of ourselves. Here are six dating tips that might just change the game.

Many of us have to muddle our way through the ordeal of dates with overwhelming people that don’t give us time to open up, until we finally, *sigh*, just give up on love. A recent study showed that watching Netflix with bae is actually good for your relationship. “When you like the same stories, shows and characters, you have a lot to talk about!

The study concluded that when you watch TV and movies or read books, you think about what's going on in the story and form opinions, which allows you to have a great conversation (or maybe argument! It feels like an immediate connection,” says Nathalie, a senior at SUNY Old Westbury, “Plus if it's something both you and your crush love, the conversation could go on forever!

” There’s no better way to show your crush the "real you" than by wearing sweats, getting heated about TV show conspiracy theories and ugly-crying during sappy romance movies.

It’s very hard for introverts to open up about themselves, but if you’re really into the person you’re going out with, then try to get out of your comfort zone a little bit.

It’s easier said than done, but ultimately, if your crush is going to become your long-time SO, then both of you need to break out of your shells.

“I’ve struggled a little bit with being open on dates, but I would say that it's helpful to just be yourself and play to your strengths,” says Rachel, a junior at Roosevelt University.

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