You recommend one date for 2 or 3 hours and then not another one for several days, and I've followed that advice. However, anyone considering long-distance dating should be aware of the inherent problems in dating a G. ("geographic undesirable") and how to avoid those problems.
It seems impractical to sit around a foreign place and wait a few days in-between dates!
If they are in the same locale for five to seven days, they still need some breathing room, even if they want to see each other daily.
We recommend taking one or two days "off" during that period of time.
It's bad enough if the man and woman already know each other, but it is even worse when two people are meeting for the first time.
Even if they turn out to have compatible personalities, since they barely know each other spending so much time together may feel like torture.
It's one thing to walk home in last night's clothes in front of a bunch of strangers. Half of the dating pool is already out because you're all friends.
It's a small, close-knit community, and you see some of these people as brothers and sisters.10. You already went on a few dates with him and he's an asshole.
There isn't enough of a foundation between new dating partners for them to be comfortable with each other for longer periods of time.
If the first-time daters have arranged to be in the same city for a long weekend or other three-day period, they can see each other each day, but we recommend that they set a three-to-five-hour time limit on the dates.
Otherwise, at some point during the visit one or both of them may begin to dread going out on another date, and may decide they feel this way because there is something wrong with the other person.