How to make a great first impression on a girl you just met from Carolyn Washington's blog

Just imagine... You met a beautiful girl on a website (where to meet her click to read). And so you agreed to meet in person in the park. How do you behave? And how to make a good impression?

Here are some tips on how to do just that:

1. Smile and be friendly. This may seem like common sense, but it's important to remember that first impressions are all about attitude. If you come across as being happy and approachable, she's more likely to give you the time of day.

2. Don't be afraid to start a conversation. Again, this goes back to attitude. If you're confident and not afraid to talk to her, she'll be more likely to respond positively.

3. Pay attention to your body language. This includes things like making eye contact, not crossing your arms, and generally looking like you're interested in what she has to say.

4. Be a good listener. Nothing makes a better impression than someone who is genuinely interested in what you have to say. So, make sure to ask questionsand actually listen to her answers.

5. Avoid being creepy. This one should be obvious, but it's worth mentioning nonetheless. Don't stare at her, don't make any inappropriate comments, and definitely don't try to touch her without permission. If you do any of these things, you're guaranteed to make a bad first impression.

6. Don't be afraid to be yourself. The most important thing is to just be yourself. If she doesn't like you for who you are, then she's not worth your time. So, relax and be yourself – she'll either like you or she won't, but at least you'll know that you gave it your best shot.

7. Follow up. If you really hit it off, make sure to get her contact information so you can follow up with her later. This shows that you're interested in seeing her again, which is always a good thing.

8. Have fun. First impressions are important, but they shouldn't be taken too seriously. At the end of the day, just relax and have fun – if it's meant to be, things will work out.

9. Be confident. Confidenceis key, both in life and in making first impressions. If you're not confident in yourself, it will be very difficult to make a good impression on anyone else.

10. Be prepared. This one is especially important if you're meeting someone for a date or job interview. Make sure you know what you're going to say and do ahead of time so you don't get tongue-tied or nervous when the time comes.

Following these tips should help you make a great first impression the next time you meet someone new. Just remember to relax and be yourself, and everything should go smoothly. Good luck!

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By Carolyn Washington
Added Aug 2 '22



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