“On a first date, a guy’s gonna basically say, ‘I don’t believe in love’ or ‘I’ll never get married,'” says Frances.
In other words, it’s his most honest moment, and the time for you to ask questions and take the answers at face value It’s good if a guy isn’t afraid to get in touch, but if he launches into constant contact before you’ve even been on a date, it’s a bad sign.
“If his intentions are sexual, the nature of the conversations will be sexual,” says Frances.
They may get carried away and act like you’re the be-all and end-all, only to lose interest or show their true colors as soon as you sleep together.
He’ll take you out to concerts, he’ll take you out to restaurants, he won’t be pressuring you for sex, he’ll keep trying to get to know you.” Some guys are really horny, let’s face it. But if he’s looking for a wife, he’ll be looking for more than just a naked body and can make it through two or three dates without taking off your clothes.
If not, he might just be pursuing you for the nookie.
In fact, she’s known for helping women weed out the wrong men right on the first date.
In order to do that, she devised a way to tell whether a guy wants the same things as you, which should be the foundation of any long-term relationship (we discussed it here on Smitten a few years ago).
You know how you feel after a date, but, “If you proactively short-circuit a man’s ability to chase you by chasing him, then you can’t see his level of interest,” Frances explains.