Safety on your first date

Meeting people safely on your first date

[UKPRwire, Tue Nov 24 2009] Since you know very little about your date, it is wise to be a sensible and a little cautious.

Coffee or lunch in the daytime is a good place to start, as you will have the opportunity to chat in a friendly environment to see what you have in common. If you find itís not for you, it is easy to make an excuse and leave without leading the other party on.

If you do meet in the evening choose a well-lit and popular venue. Chat to the bar staff or waitress so that they will remember you and your date.

Donít invite someone back to your place or go to your dates home until you know them a lot better

Make sure some of your friends know where you are going and at what time. Text them before you get there, and then again after the date so that they know you are safe. Anyway, they are bound to want to know what happened!

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