Date Right! - Candlelit Dinner
Having some trouble coming up with the perfect date with that special someone? Perhaps a candlelit dinner is right for you.

- From : Crystella Desurra

Date Right

Tanuja Potter


Are you having trouble trying to act right during a date? Well, you've come to the right place! In this blog you'll find tips on how to act during a date. Would you act the same in a Candlelit dinner date than you would in a stroll in the Forbidden Forest date? Or would you dress up differently? You'll get all the answers in this blog. But todays Date topic is

A Candlelit Dinner!





What is Love?

. Whenever we ask, “What is love?” it’s usually because a) we’re unsure if a certain special someone really loves us, or b) because a certain special someone just accused us of not really loving them. The two scenarios that usually cause us to contemplate “What is love?” give meaning to the question. Either we wonder, “Am I loved?” or we ask, “Do I love? It is easier to first address the “What is love?” question in terms of the love we feel coming toward us. If we understand how to recognize when we are being loved, we can also learn to recognize our love for another. When we are loved, we tend to feel it intuitively in our guts. But how does it work? Is there an extrasensory perception in the heart that is able to read the feelings in another person’s heart? Our hearts take cues from our senses. Everything we see, hear, taste, touch or smell teaches us about our universe. We don’t need to contemplate or ask questions. Our sensory organs report to our brains, and our brains interpret the data and send the report to our hearts. So, if we see a loving smile, hear loving words, or feel a loving touch, the brain processes this information and concludes, “Hey, we are being loved right now!” Now we can address the second part of the “What is love” quandary—how to know if we love someone else? The answer is straightforward. When we behave lovingly towards someone, it means we love that person. You will know if you love someone when you start to care about them, more than you would care about yourself or anyone else 

What to wear?

Hmmm, What would you wear to a candlelit dinner? Jeans and a top? No! Ofcourse not! To a Candlelit dinner, a lady (if you consider yourself on or in other words a girl) should wear a dress, depending on the weather. If it's summer a girl should wear a knee length dress and heels, and if its winter than a knee length dress, with stockings, boots and a jumper. A man sould wear formals, a nice suit and proper shoes.


What to talk about?

Start of by asking your date, How their day has been. Ask them their plans for the future, where their favorite place is, What is their dream job and maybe what they think about you, if you're daring enough to.





A gift card is the perfect sign off to your first date. It might be hard to think further ahead, but you might want to consider where you’ll go on the second date. Whether it’s a restaurant, movie theater or coffeehouse, head there before your first date and grab a gift card that will cover the costs of a potential second date. Then, at the end of the evening, hand the card over to your date as a way to promise you’ll meet up again. Bring flowers that you think your date will love, it will make them mesmerised. Roses and lilies will be good, but make sure your date will like them!          








If anyone wants me to do a specific type of date, just send me a quick owl, and I'll make sure to make that one of my future blogs, Until then Best of Luck!



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Casimir Prewitt

Casimir Prewitt Some very great dating ideas!

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Md Alam Congratulations

Emil Medellsson

Emil Medellsson Brilliant job, Ms Potter. Keep up the excellent work. :D

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