Rule of dating
A good rule of thumb: if you aren’t available for a date within 7 days of sending the message, don’t send it.As amazing as the profile, pic, and conversation may be, remember that this person isn't truly real until you meet them."If I can reach you on Facebook, can text you or tweet you - there's no mystery. It's just instant hook-ups and contact and everything's last minute," says Schneider. "Women are texting guys in the middle of the night, back and forth for hours, and they're not getting dates.They're just becoming friends or friends with benefits." Technology may also be changing the way people interact with one another in person, allowing manners and graciousness to fall by the wayside."Don't make booty calls, and don't do one night stands," she says.
"Guys that don't ask you out are either in other relationships or they just aren't available for whatever reason," says Schneider.
Decide how you want to be treated, what you're willing and want to do on your first and future dates.
Don't say you like hiking if you've never gone or haven't hiked in 20 years.
It's a fine line between being secretive and revealing too much while dating.
It's best to lean toward brevity when it comes to talking about why your last relationship ended.