Some dates are good, some dates are okay and some are just awful.
No, not awful - downright horrible! What can be done if you are caught in a date that goes from being and OK date to a bad date? If you are like most of us, you enjoy the thought of dating and having fun.
We like to meet new and exciting people, go out and enjoy the company of another person, laugh, talk and have a great time.
However, all dates don't always go smoothly.
Sooner or later, a bad date is going to happen to you and everyone else.
Although you did not sign up on the "get a bad date"list, you have to deal with it when it happens.
Here is what you can do to survive a date-gone-wrong: If this is a blind date, that means you don't know the person enough to make an educated decision on whether you will get along with this person.
Besides, you never met them before.
- If you are bored out of your mind with this person, you just bite your lip and deal with it.
It will be over soon enough.
Even if you are bored to tears, you don't have permission to be rude to your date or embarrass them.
You just eat, drink and try to be merry.
Keep it together for a few hours and don't agree to any extras like going for coffee or dessert after the date.
- On the other hand, if you are out with a person who you are uncomfortable, it may be time get out fast.
If your date is rude, belligerent, obnoxious or potentially violent, end it immediately.
You should never take insults or be treated rudely.
Tell your date you are leaving and do it.
You should always be in a position to leave any situation that turns ugly.
Always be prepared and have money or a credit card and a fully charged cell phone with you.
A few precautions and some common sense preparation can keep a bad date from turning into a nightmare.
You are now prepared to survive a bad date.