Don't obsess over whether you're good enough for him.
Aki says the second date is "all about making sure that this guy is awesome enough for you, not the other way around." But be patient.
That giddy feeling is awesome, but it can make you overthink. re really nervous, you tend to worry about how you come across so much that it seems self-involved," Frances says.
"When you're getting ready, remind yourself that you're going in there to learn about him AND share about yourself," she says.
Decide what you'll reveal to help you both figure out if this match is right.
As for Frances, she likes the idea of taking in a little culture.
"Try a fun museum exhibition or something off the beaten path that isn't super expensive," she says.
But that doesn't mean the work is done - not until you begin dating. The second date is as crucial as the first one, maybe even more.
While the first date may have been great, you must know that getting through the second one without any goof-ups is an even more important step towards impressing her.
"Don't think you'll get all the answers at the beginning of the second date.
But by the end, you should have a good idea of if this guy is worth it.""It's not even so much about what you ask, it's how you ask it," says Beyer. "Ask because you're genuinely curious and interested," she says.
You may have already heard a lot about the dos and don'ts of a first date.