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What to Talk About On the First Date

Hi guys this is Gabriella Ryan from kamalifestyles.com. Guys Today, I am going to talk about what to talk about on the first date.

The way you conduct yourself on the first date will determine if I will go with you out again or I will snob your calls. It is important that you bring out your true self on your first date but how do you do that without blowing everything to dust. Here are my top tips.

Break the Ice

On your first date, you are afraid to talk about something because you don’t know if your date will be offended but the silence is also not good. If you are a funny guy, then it will be easy for you to break the ice because you will drop a joke and she will be laughing all through the evening.

However, if you are not, you can break the ice by talking about the moment; ask her what she thinks about the place or the food. The way she responds will give you a guideline on how to approach the evening.

Gabriella Ryan is Kamalifestyles youtube presenter and she regularly publishes videos on different dating topics on KamaTV. She also takes part in infield training’s by helping our dating coaches.

She brings the female perspective and gives honest feedback to the clients in relation to what women think in certain situations. Our clients say “her honest feedback into the female mind is very good and shockingly interesting”.

Hope you enjoy!

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Emre Ilkme

Emre is author, dating coach and CEO founder of Kamalifestyles. He has written books which sold thousands of copies over a decade. Emre trained and coached many clients from all over the world and men of all ages on how to improve their confidence, relationships and dating.

He has expertise in confidence, approach and attraction and has been featured in top newspapers and radios. He is passionate on helping his clients to achieve great outcomes and make sure they are not held back by the limitations.