Also be honest about what you’re looking for – if that’s something serious, don’t pretend you’re happy with a casual fling just because that’s what you think the guy you’re dating wants.
4) Don’t Slate Your Ex He may have cheated on you, walked out on you and your kids, or perhaps you two just can’t stand the sight of each other!
The likelihood is that you and your ex aren’t on the best of terms, but before you start slating him, remember, you’re on a date for a reason!
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