Within a few hours of meeting someone you have to evalutate whether or not you would like to see them again. Most people, to whom you are indifferent, would not irrate you if you saw them again so for the most part one may decide that most people would be worth a second meeting. Howver within our society the act of arranging a further meeting attaches with it all kinds of stigmas. For example a second date is associated with being the penultimate meeting before the biggest of all social interactions occur: 'the act of sexual intercorse'. this is typicall of the 'third date rule' which some, unexperienced daters may use as a guide as to what they should allow to happen and when.
Was I missing out on the love of my life simply because I was too scared to do anything about it?