Soulmate Dance talks about 5 Reasons You Need Good Social Skills to Be a Great Date

Five Reasons You Need Good Social Skills to Be a Great Date

Michael Santonato Marriage, Dating, and Relationship Building Leave a Comment

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They say you either have ‘em or you don’t. But that’s just not true. Why? Because everyone has them to differing degree’s. Otherwise most of us wouldn’t talk to each other. You know this is true because you actually talk to people every day. It’s a part of life. Now yes, some people are more extroverted than others, but that doesn’t mean we all lack social skills.

And at the same time, there are many of us who could use an upgrade in the area of social skills, especially if you’re single.

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If you’re single and looking to get into a relationship or meet people, your social skills will come in very handy. If you have them they will make you a better date. While this post isn’t about how to make you a better talker or listener, you’ll have to practice, take a course, or read a pretty awesome book for that. It is a way for you to see the light however. There are five major reasons why you must have social skills to be a great date. (I will say that listening is more important than talking)

So take a quick moment to understand these five reasons you should consider upgrading your social skills:

1. First dates are much easier this way – Let’s be honest. So many people have had boring first dates, where there ‘was just no chemistry or connection’. Even worse, so many people never get call backs after the date is over. Worse, you may have had a phone call or two where you thought a second or third date would be scheduled but you got some reason that didn’t make sense to say otherwise. If you beefed up on your social skills and could hold your own inside of a conversation or two, things might have turned out differently.

2. You’ll actually have a good time – All dates should have an element of fun in them. Think about it. When you get dressed and are getting excited to meet the new beau, you don’t think, “wow, I wonder what boring conversations we’ll have.” or “Gee, I wonder what we’ll order to eat?” But! You do wonder about the things they’ll say and the things you talk about. And what will you share with your friends afterwards? You’ll tell them about the things your new date said. You’ll mention what you liked and didn’t like. So if you do, say and think things right, you’ll have a great time! If you have a great time, you’ll be your best self. You’ll be excited and have a positive outlook on the future possibilities of the relationship.

3. You won’t have any awkward one/have the awkward conversation – Oh boy. This one’s ugly. Have you ever had those awkward conversations? The one where there’s an odd and uncomfortable silence. There’s nothing going on, nothing to say, and all of a sudden, the room you are in just got a lot louder around you. You know its most likely downhill from there. And that’s a hard one to recover from for anyone, good social skills or not. But having good social skills in the first place, will prevent the whole thing from getting there in the first place.

4. Keeping things exciting - If you’re on date three, four or more, than you will be able to keep things interesting for the other person. Face it, the only way you’re going to have future dates is if there are other things to look forward to! And if you have good conversations and dialogue with the other person, than you are more likely to have more and more and more of that in the future. And whether you want to spend the rest of your life with this person or just spend the next 6 months with them, you’ll need to keep things exciting. One of the best ways to do that is to plan fun activities of course, but also to be an interesting person. Now, you could be the most interesting person in the world, but if you can’t convey that through communication, then how on earth will they know?

5. Meeting their family - I saved the best for last. It’s always a little anxious and a little hectic at the first family meeting. The one that won’t so dreaded if you can handle yourself at the dinner table. You know it’s coming sooner or later don’t you? And you know it’s important to your partner. And a big part of that is how you talk to them, how you come across, and how you convey your overall awesomeness that your partner knows and loves. Why? Because they want their parents to see it too. Cuz you know they’re going to be judging and assessing you. So be your best self and let your social skills show it! If all goes well, you and your partner (and their parents) will breathe a deep sigh of relief. And who knows, you might get a little extra love from your partner for taking all the weight off and really delivering on their expectations.

Now look in the mirror, build up those social skills and say to yourself, “You’re awesome and you know it!”

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