How to Make the First Move
Make the first move on a date by initiating non-aggressive physical contact, such as holding hands or touching their arm, and reading body language signals. Identify whether a date is interested in a first kiss with help from a relationship coach in this free video on dating and relationships.
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Hi I'm Donna Barnes. I'm a life and dating coach, the owner of NY Dating Coach here in New York City. In this clip we'll talk about how to make the first move. Now, assuming that means the first really romantic move if you're already out on a date. So, if you're out on a date and you're really liking this person, and you're hoping to move it a little bit closer, start giving them those kind of signals. Bring it into a little bit of intimacy. And that means, you know, try to grab their hand, try to hold their hand, or you know, touch their arm, and really initiate some sort of physical contact that's not too aggressive and see how they respond to it. And if they're feeling like they're going with you and enjoying it and liking it, then it's OK to go ahead and you know, go for that first kiss. You can even ask if you want. That can be really romantic to say wow I'd really like to kiss you, would that be OK? It makes it old fashioned and it makes it fun. So, but generally, body language is how you get to make the first move. Put it out there that, hey, I like you. And see how they respond to it. This is Donna Barnes, from New York City.