8 Safety Tips to Follow when Picking a Blind Date ...

Dating doesn’t have to be scary.

There are plenty of people who go on blind dates and have a perfectly enjoyable time.

I think that as long as you are safe about what you are doing, going on a date with a stranger should be fun.

Here are my 8 safety tips to follow when picking a blind date.

I hope you will find them useful!

8. Let Friends Know Where You Are Going

Let Friends Know Where You Are Going

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Knowing exactly where you are going on the date is helpful, so that you can tell friends where you will be.

It might even be a good idea to let family members know as well.

Letting a bunch of people know about your evening plans will give you a back up, in case something goes wrong.

Let them know what time you are supposed to be home.

You might even want to arrange a specific time to give a friend a call.

If you don’t call within a certain time, then someone should assume something went wrong.

This is a great safety net.

It is also one instance when β€˜the more, the merrier’ actually works!

Give out the Name of Your Blind Date to Someone Reliable