Boys scared of dating
Instead, reassure him that you're truly interested in him by commenting on the things he says.
"That shows you've been involved in the conversation, and that he's actually making a good impression on you," Nakamoto says., whether it's just putting his hand on your leg or brushing up against your arm.
"In the courtship dance, he knows there's a way things are supposed to go, so he's concerned that he's following those guidelines." He'll have a battle with himself: he wants you to know he wants to kiss you, but he doesn't want to come off as pushy or overbearing.
"Mention that new restaurant you want to try and you think he'd love, or tell him there's a movie out that you think you two should see together sometime," says Nakamoto.
That way you're dropping the hint that you're already thinking in terms of date #2, but you'll still leave the ball in his court to do the asking.
Guys feel like on the first date more than ever, there's insane pressure to really wow a girl.
Doubting his own judgment isn't a comfortable feeling—it's something every guy dreads.
If you're sitting across from him at the table, graze his leg with yours.And even if you're just looking around at the busy room, the worst of him may assume you're checking out that R-Patz look-a-like a few booths over."He ultimately fears looking stupid," Nakamoto says."He has no way of knowing whether you're a serious dater or if you're just looking for a casual fling," Nakamoto says.He'll watch for signs, like whether or not your eyes stay focused on him or if they wander throughout the date.What You Can Do: If you're in a busy place, you're bound to both be distracted at one point or another — you can't have your eyes glued to him at all times.