Most phone dating hotline participants look to keep their dating experience and ventures close to where they live. For people who travel and have the means, they may be more open to going a bit farther, whether it be via train, bus, car, or plane. Others still, meet people that they are interested in and decide “what the heck” and make a journey. Here are some tips that can help you plan a fantastic trip when there is a distance between people.
Keep in mind that a long-distance date is a risk.
Because of this, it may be prudent to take more time phone dating before setting the date up. Spending more time over the phone with your potential partner gives you more time to experience their personality and make sure that the risk involved with the travel, as well as the expenses, is worth it.
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While many professionals recommend having three to six phone dates before doing an in-person date, for longer distance dates a larger number may be more suited.
Remember that an increase in distance does not mean an increase in expectations.
Professionals recommend not attending a date with expectations of what will happen, or how the date will be, already set in your mind beforehand. Just because a longer distance has been traveled, does not mean that the percent chance there will be sex (or any further interaction) goes up. It does not guarantee you a good date, and it does not ensure that the person who is not traveling will pay for the date.
Mostly, it is two people getting together who think that they may have a connection that is worth exploring. By clearing your mind of potential expectations, you will be able to focus on what is essential. The important parts of a date are how you connect, and whether you decide that another date is in order.