Dating etiquette call back
Wouldn’t it be a shame if a promising relationship ended over bad texting etiquette?Dating expert and CEO of Dating with Dignity, Marni Battista, shares some basic tips for cell phone use while dating — simple, but so important!Personally, I was always raised to say my pleases and thank yous. ) Polite behavior should always be what it is regardless of what era it is.Sure, things have changed since Emily Post advised on how to orchestrate your first dinner party as a married lady. And in today’s modern dating world, some semblance of proper behavior should at least be observed.
Texting is appropriate when you’re setting the time for your plan, making the plan itself, or even confirming a date the day before.What I do want to discuss is post-date follow-up for all you ladies. I’m here to offer suggestions on what is considered proper etiquette for women following a date. You just finished a great first date with a GREAT new guy! You want to call him to say what a fabulous time you had, but that wouldn’t be cool, so you instead call your friend, mom or sister to gush about every mundane detail. In the meantime, you can take some matters into your own hands. Option One: Text Him Thank You When it comes to dating, if the man treats you to dinner, drinks, movies, whatever, then I think it’s important to follow up with a text to simply say thanks for last night—especially if you’re interested in going out again! So, although it’s always nice to say thanks, you don’t really need to if you definitely, 100%, absolutely do not plan on going out with him again.