Muddy Matches Tips For A Confident Dating Experience

Thursday, August 13th, 2020

Muddy Matches Tips For A Confident Dating Experience

In life and love, being open and attractive is key to cultivating relationships and forming bonds. In today’s countryside dating blog, we’ve got the-low down on how to make connections, come across as attractive and confident, and get your countryside date off to a flying start.

1. Focus on them

Have you ever left a date (or a meeting with a friend, or a meeting at work for that matter) where the person you were with didn’t ask you anything at all? How did it make you feel? And how did it make you feel about your date/friend/colleague? Now think about those social interactions where you’ve left feeling as if you’ve made a genuine connection, shared opinions and ideas and feel really uplifted. What was the difference between them? The chances are, in the second case, your date asked you your opinions, actively listened and responded. If you behave in the same way, we’re confident that your countryside date will feel special and valued, and that makes you very, very attractive.

2. Consider your body language

Looking someone in the eyes, smiling because you really mean it and using the power of touch are all extremely powerful in the world of countryside dating. These all make a fantastic impression on the person you’re talking to – showing that you’re confident in your own skin, you’re open to meeting people and that you want to make a connection.

3. Ask questions, and then ask more

It’s good to ask your standard dating questions when you meet your rural match in real life, but what’s even more important is to listen, then ask more. By showing you’re an active listener – that means that you’re processing what your date says and are curious to find out more – you’re showing a real interest in who your date is and what makes them click and that, my countryside-loving friend, is a wonderful way to get people confiding in you and wanting to connect with you.

4. Read their body language and verbal cues

It is really normal for people to be nervous when they’re online dating and meeting up for dates with other singles but, no matter how confident and skilful at dating you are, it’s really important to remember that your countryside date might not be. If they come across as nervous or uncertain, try to put them at ease too and, when you’re asking questions and they are evading answering you, don’t push it but move on. Being empathetic and kind will put them more at ease and help the dating conversation flow.

Would you like more dating advice from our niche countryside dating agency? We’ve got lots more dating tips for first date conversation, ways to be more confident when you’re dating, ways to beat first date nerves and ways to be yourself on a countryside date here.