Catholic dating advice
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But if you treat dating like a game, then we can't trust you with our time, let alone our hearts.
(3) The Problem: Being indirect or vague We live in a 'hang out culture' these days, which can lend to some confusion about what is a date and what isn't.
The Solution: Just do everyone a favour and be clear that it is, in fact, a date.
We feel awful and our respect for you and trust in you takes a nosedive. (4) The Problem: Be careful about going from 0 to 60 all at once (This would mainly apply to asking out girls you have known for a while.) The Solution: There is a concept known as wooing which was once integral to winning a girl's heart. No grand gestures necessary, but giving some sighs of interest is a good idea.
It doesn't secure a victory, but it does lower the chance of nearly giving her a heart attack. Us Catholic ladies think you're grand and there are more than enough of us single gals to go around.
You'll inadvertently get a reputation as someone who's not serious and might leave a trail of disappointed girls in your wake - and girls do talk to other girls, for better or for worse.