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I came across an article by Michael Moniz (a life coach focusing on LGBT) titled DATE KILLERS. I haven’t been on a date for years, but I can definitely relate to this article from past experiences. My question now is: Do people still date? If I were put in a single man or woman’s shoes today, I don’t think I would do the ‘formal’ date thing. I’d feel like I’m forced in an awkward situation and trying to see if there’s any spark or interest. Key word: Trying. It takes the organic-ness out of getting to know someone. I feel like most first and second dates the two animals are only putting their best foot forward (clothing, scent, behaviour, manners, speech, story) in order to make the best first impression. You don’t really see the ‘whole’ person – only their best attributes which is usually a temporary facade. It’s just more organic if you meet and play in a big social setting and just let it naturally stem from there. There is no pressure, no disappointments or hangups, and you’re totally in your own shoes. That’s just me though. But if you’re one to date, read what Michael’s top 6 date killers are after the jump.