Dating with an Audience

LOS ANGELES - NOV 18:  Liam Hemsworth, Elizabeth Banks, Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson at the The Hunger Games:  Catching Fire Premiere at Nokia Theater on November 18, 2013 in Los Angeles, CA

When you’re a celebrity you’re dating with an audience. Last year when Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth were dating, everyone eagerly followed the couple around the net.

While you may not be a celebrity, except within your inner circle, people are still watching your every move. And dating should be taken seriously—you do want to find someone for life, right? And that’s why whether your dating escapades are being watched by your parents, or whether you’re answering to your own inner voice about being smart while dating, you should really treat dating as if you had an audience.

Here are 16 points to keep dating with an audience in mind during your own romantic exploits.

  1. Texting and cell phone dialling is so impersonal. Stick to the landline for at least the first three months.
  2. Set a fifteen minute time period on the phone, and then be the first to say bye.
  3. Choose a local coffee shop in advance for your first date, and be prepared with at least 3 date and time choices.
  4. Ensure that you tell your date on the first meeting that you’re aiming for marriage. This will screen out people who want to challenge you, or who don’t really want marriage for themselves.
  5. Be neat and tidy for your date, and don’t wear a lot of makeup.
  6. Establish a warm routine with a kiss on the cheek to say hello and goodbye.
  7. For your next date, choose lunch, or an outdoor sporting activity. Wear proper footwear, avoid revealing clothing and hats. Hats give the impression you are hiding.
  8. The third date should be for dinner. Dress classic, and French kiss goodbye.
  9. If you’re dating weekly, a three month goal for sex is the best plan. This allows for emotional attachment, and a planting of enjoyable memories.
  10. Date for the next 3 to 6 months with no attachments in mind. Both keep your options open.
  11. Six months is the time to commit to the boyfriend and girlfriend title, and start sharing in social settings.
  12. At the six month mark you can begin introducing your new boyfriend or girlfriend to your family members and friends, in a group setting.
  13. Introduce your date as your boyfriend/girlfriend. Include what they do for a living, and what they are good at. Repeat this tag line, and work the room, until they have met each person.
  14. Don’t trouble friends or family with the shortfalls of your date. Never discuss your sex life—that’s no one’s business but yours and your sex therapist. Project your wishes, and don’t ever assume you know what the other person is thinking. Their thoughts are also none of your business.
  15. Don’t allow your date to exchange contact information with your friends or family. Avoid break-up awkwardness.
  16. If someone questions you about your sex life, or your date brings it up, interrupt the flow of thought to say that now is not the best time for the discussion.
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