If you know your crush likes being active, Ward suggests a walk through a promenade, along a boardwalk, through a street festival, park, or museum. Watch Bravo’s new digital series, Secret Crush, to see what happens when real people reveal their secret crushes — will they fall in love … Personal Space is Bravo's home for all things "relationships," from romance to friendships to family to co-workers. Then Like us on Facebook to stay connected to our daily updates.
If you are feeling in the mood for a romantic dinner, one of Ward’s top suggestions is picking a spot that is "a well-reviewed, locally renowned restaurant." No matter which option you choose, "just putting thought into where you’re taking someone shows you care." If all else fails, there is no shame in the matchmaker game.
Ward and his team cater to upscale, eligible men and women who don’t like approaching strangers or meeting random people online.
and CEO of Master Matchmakers, an exclusive matchmaking service founded by his mother, Jo Ann.
If you are in a situation where you cannot talk on the phone but you must communicate with him, go ahead and send another text — just don’t mention the first one.
Under no circumstances should you send him a third message if he has not responded to your first two texts.
You don’t want to be too distracted doing an activity that could drag out longer than either of you would like." Depending on your preference, keeping the date a quick bite is completely acceptable.
Ward approves of first dates getting coffee, yogurt, ice cream, cocktails, or meeting for happy hour.
When it comes to dating, it’s hard enough to write something creative and witty on a greeting card when you have a limited amount of blank space.Even if your crush isn’t wearing a wedding ring, he or she still might be committed.This is why Ward encourages the casual approach for these scenarios: "If you try to cram too much into the ask, you could ruin a perfectly good opportunity." Here are a few openings that Ward suggests: If you only know your crush through social media, the same concept works for sliding into the DMs.I can’t tell you how many times we’ve counseled men and women who have come to conclusions about people they are seeing based on who their Facebook friends are, the pictures on their My Space page, or the mere fact that their last login on was after their last date.We suggest that you ignore someone else’s online social networking behavior under all circumstances. Imagine if your date dissected every post, picture, or comment on your page.