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6 TIPS TO KEEP YOU SAFE ON A BLIND DATE

Published on 2/13/2018
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You just made a connection on a dating site any you are feeling nervous about your first date. We all know that dating a stranger can be risky. Even though there are many apps available that can help strangers connect in meaningful ways, there is still justifiable nervousness that exist before the first date.

  1. Have fun, but stay alert. This is not to say you shouldn’t enjoy your date’s company, but you are meeting a stranger, so be wary of body language and any speech that might make you feel uncomfortable. Trust your intuition and if you feel you need to leave, just end the date. It’s better to be safe than sorry.
  2. Using a dating app’s built in messaging system rather than sharing your phone number is a safer way of communicating and possibly eliminating harassing calls down the road. Despite any inconvenience, should your date go sour, you now have an extra layer of protection from unwanted contact.
  3. Keep your safety in mind and arrange to meet in a public place and provide your own transportation to and from your date. As you become comfortable with your new date, you can always make different arrangement. A dinner date is intended to give you an opportunity to better know your date and if necessary provide you with a defined stopping point.
  4. Communication with friends or family members is a good idea. It provides you with additional layer of safety. Friends and family know about your date and when they should expect your return. Should you have a change of plans and arrive home later or come home earlier than planned, let them know.
  5. Limit your drinking. Alcohol impairs your senses and can contribute to making a bad decision. It is smart to restrict your consumption. Know your limits so you can stay alert and aware throughout the date.
  6. There is nothing wrong with having a backup plan like carrying a self - defense tool. This tool can provide you with confidence and help you stay safe in a worst case scenario. It is also important to know how to use your safety tool in case you need to use it. Equally, it is important to have immediate and easy access to your protection if need.

 

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