So many choices, where should you go on that first date? Are you nervous about it? Then this date idea will be perfect since you get to sit down!
Go see a movie!
Seeing a movie is ideal for the first date, regardless of if this is someone you're just meeting or have known for a while now.
You spend a good amount of time watching it, it provides a topic for conversation, and it leaves little room for awkwardness! (unless of course you pick a really awkward movie...)
Should you choose to go and watch a movie together, take note!
What do they like to drink? What did they think of the film? Did they like it? Dislike it? Was there anything in particular that stood out for them? Do they seem timid about sharing their opinion? Movies open the way for easy conversation!
On a very serious note, and this is off the subject of movies! Regardless of if you're in a new relationship or just haven't gotten around to saying it, if you're not able or planning to get married for a long period of time, whatever the reason may be, you should clarify that as soon as possible. Some people are far more anxious to get married than others. They may look at it as something they just can't put off for a few more years. Don't cause unnecessary stress by not being upfront with your intentions!
Okay, that's everything! And if for whatever reason seeing a movie is out of the question, feel free to browse for other date ideas! Maybe something a bit more unique is just the thing for you two!
So hi! Hannah here.
This romance section of the website is all about helping others connect and grow with their loved one in God-honoring ways. Aitheros and I are working together to create the best website imaginable, so we decided it would be a good idea to combine what used to be three separate websites into one! The content here is from one of the sites I ran.
My goal is to help all couples, and even beyond that, singles looking to be married in the future, to achieve what God desires for them. That being said, dates aren't just for those looking to get married, they're also for married couples, of course! There will be a huge focus on married couples with areas dedicated solely to them. If you're married, you should be more in love, more connected, and more devoted than you were at any other stage of your relationship. I want to help add romance into every day of the married person's life.
Now then, for those unfamiliar, allow me to share a bit about my love story...
I met the love of my life, Andrew, online in a Skype group that I was invited to join. He lived in Pennsylvania, USA, while I lived a good 14 hours away.
On his 20th birthday—July 31st, 2014—we started dating. That was just one month after we had met, and a long distance relationship was definitely not my plan, but things worked out beautifully! Then, on April 7th, 2015, which also happened to be on my birthday, he moved to my home State (just eight minutes away from me!) and we got to meet in person for the first time. On November 2nd of that same year, we got engaged, and we were married on April 30th, 2016.