How To Keep From Freezing While Dating Sugar Baby–Part 1

How To Keep From Freezing While Dating Sugar Baby–Part 1

Throughout my time as a dating coach of arrangement sites for sugar daddy, a recurring problem has been how not to get bogged down in dating sugar daddy. Whether you're outgoing or shy, attraction is a powerful foil to conversation. If you date a sugar baby you really like, you'll find yourself at a loss for words. In addition, your attraction can trigger physical symptoms. The way you clench your teeth, sweat, and freeze up could be the result of a bad date.

Unfortunately, this type of reaction is by no means the best way to attract sugar babies and can have bad results. When you freeze a date, you lose your authenticity and charm. Silence can get in the way of a conversation or even a sugar relationship. So what can you do? Absolutely! Check out these foolproof tips on how not to be turned away by the sugar baby you really like.

Tip # 1: socialize before a date
If you don't know how to get frozen in the middle of a sugar baby date and want some super helpful tips, go out and socialize! Spend an hour or two before your date with someone else. You can go out for a cup of coffee with a friend, or talk to the clerk in the clothing store. Even spending time on the phone with a friend or family member can help. Socialize before your date lets you get out of your head and out of your mind to interact with others. Just as runners need to warm up before a marathon, singles need to warm up before a date.

Tip # 2: have a beer beforehand
I certainly don't want you to get drunk and go on a date, just have a beer before the date. It's a way of relaxing at night. Unlike playing games with friends before a weekend out, this type of game is designed to ease your anxiety and prevent freezing. In other words, don't drink too much beer before your date. Just one glass is enough, as long as it's enough to relieve your nervousness and uneasiness. Stucco may work wonders for your nervousness (and all the formality of a date), but it's definitely not a good look. So have a drink before the date and quit. In this case, a little definitely goes a long way.

Tip # 3: focus on the outside
We are often consumed by our own thoughts. Self-awareness allows us to focus inward and examine all the different ways that our behavior or neurosis can cause a situation to go wrong. But the problem is that focusing on the inside prevents us from communicating with the person in front of us. Instead, when you look out, you live in the moment and actively interact with the other person. Focusing on the outside involves putting all the energy you waste on meditation on another person in a positive way.

So one of the best things you can do when you don't want to be obsessed with dating is to get out of your head. You can do this by focusing on the outside. For example: ask questions. Practice good eye contact and listen to what the person in front of you is saying. Don't worry, see your date as an opportunity to discover something new about someone and try something new. When you view dating as an exciting adventure rather than a source of stress, it's easier to have fun without freezing up.

Tip # 4: prepare emotionally appealing questions in advance
The best advice I can give you on any date or interview is to prepare in advance. Before you enter an environment, there are some written and rehearsed things that can help you in many ways. Also, asking emotionally appealing questions before a date can help you have a better conversation with your date's sugar baby. When a question goes deeper than your typical first or date question, it's emotionally compelling, like:

What do you like on the weekend? Which movie do you like best? Where did you grow up? Surprise her by asking questions she usually doesn't ask on a date. These questions will not only stimulate conversation, they will also relax you.

Here are some questions to get you started:

What's the best advice you've ever received? Questions like these allow you to dive a little deeper without being too vulnerable.

What's the strangest thing you've ever eaten? It's much more fun than asking someone about their favorite food. You can exchange this question for a story or ask a follow-up question about something you want to try but are afraid to try.

Do you have any pet peeve? Find out now and don't upset her. The answer to this question can also relieve anxiety. For example, if you have a louse or a habit you worry about making her angry, you can relax your brain by finding out if she thinks it's a nuisance.

All right, so that's part of the advice for not freezing your dating process with your sugar baby. That's all for today, if you want to know more, please stay tuned for our website updates and check out Part 2 in time!