Dating phone talk

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Many of my dating coaching clients have questions about what to ask during the first phone call. Understandably, most busy midlife women say they don’t have time to waste on the wrong men.What I have found over the past 10 years as a dating coach, and from my own journey to find my own husband, this can be trickier than you think.One thing I would recommend is start preparing to move from the phone to the first date.I remember getting into a situation where I had been talking with a woman on the phone so often that asking her out suddenly felt awkward.Everything on the first date is being scrutinized and awkward silences can be a killer.However, with first phone calls, I did much less planning for the following reasons: Basically, with the first phone call you can escape any awkwardness easily by ending the call or you can find things to talk about while you’re on the phone.This could include things like: Preparing for and discussing these areas is all about trying to find something they are interested in and then using that as a way to ask for a first date.For example, if you are discussing restaurants you’ve tried, and they explaining how much they loved the new Thai place, you could say something like: The above might seem like over-thinking things but honestly I found asking women out over the phone could feel very abrupt when done wrong.

Twenty emails and ten phone conversations aren’t as valuable as meeting once for half an hour.It’s not just about what YOU want to know about him.While you have your detective work in mind, remember you also have to make a good first impression.However, as time went by, I started to avoid phone conversations.Going from emails right to first dates was where I found the most success.

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