Try showing your warm, sensitive side first by talking about your adorable nephew or your volunteer work at the animal rescue shelter.
First off, just because you two had an amazing first date at Central Park and your second date was dinner for two in the West Village doesn’t mean you’re destined for the altar, and he isn’t necessarily destined to text you back…
This is the worst and most common phrase that singles come in contact with.
" at Greenwald is the author of Why He Didn't Call You Back: 1,000 Guys Reveal What They Really Thought About You After Your Date.
She is also the New York Times Bestselling author of Find a Husband After 35 (Using What I Learned at Harvard Business School).
He's a big boy and knows how to contact you if he's interested.
I truly believe it's not that "good" guys don't exist, but rather that simple (mis)perceptions—which can be easily tweaked once you're aware of them—are standing in Cupid's way.
Don't say, "Let's do this again sometime"—that's his line.
This is one time in your empowered, take-charge life when you have to sit back and wait after a first date—do absolutely nothing to follow-up (don't even check to see if he's logged into his online dating profile).
You know who you are deep down, but he doesn't yet.
So he will decide whether to call you again based on his perception of you, not the reality.
So instead of asking him "What's your favorite hotel in St. " you should ask "What's your favorite little neighborhood café?