10 Things to Never 🚫 Talk about 🔇 when You're on a First Date 🤝 ...

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First dates are fun and exciting!

There’s the newness of a fresh relationship and so many possibilities about what could be.

But you want to be careful of what you talk about on a first date.

There’re some subjects that you’re better off not discussing until you’re in a committed relationship.

Keep it light and casual by avoiding these 7 subjects on a first date.

1. Your Ex

Your Ex

You may have an ex to top all over exes.

And no doubt you have some stories to tell about him and the crazy relationship you had.

Your first date with a new guy is not the time to do that.

If you end up in a committed relationship from this first date then you might consider sharing some things about your ex if you feel it’s appropriate.

Until then, focus on getting to know about each other.

2. Your Sexual History

Your Sexual History

This’s something you’ll probably want to share at some point.

But it’s not a topic for first date conversation.

Wait until the subject comes up between you.2

At that point, it’s natural to share about your sexual history.

You’re more open-minded after you’ve gotten to know one another which can be helpful when discussing topics like this one.

3. Your Bad Habits

Your Bad Habits

Ladies, keep this one mum.

Now and forevermore!

We all have bad habits and that’s just part of being human.

But the guy in your life will discover them soon enough without you telling him.

No need to ‘fess up to the fact that you bite your nails, are a tad messy or whatever other bad habits you may have.

4. Politics

Politics

You do want to know about the political views of someone you’re going to be in a relationship with, especially if politics are important to you.

But first dates aren’t always the best time for that conversation.

First dates should be fun and friendly, not deep and emotionally charged.

The only sparks you want to see fly are the ones from the chemistry between you!

💫 Wait until you know you’re headed into something a little more serious before you worry about this topic.3

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