It is a Potpourri of both what is good and bad in life. We are wired to act both responsively and reactively.
Many relationship experts already know that when sex happens during dating, it ruins the relationship.
They, battling with acquiescence and societal acceptance, are advocating delaying the time when sexual intercourse occurs in a relationship.
However, it may come out so simplistic that the recipient is tempted to treat it with levity. It is fraught with difficulties, trials, temptations and all sorts of obstacles.
Marriage relationship is one of the most challenging activities of human existence.
First of all, most every other guy tries it, and second, if you do get invited in, you think she's a good relationship candidate? You are a stranger to her and you don't need to be putting information about yourself that could disqualify you before you even make it to date 1!
No, think you were the first guy she ever did that with? I have a bridge to sell you if you believe that you were the only guy to check out her apartment after date 1. As far as contacting her right after the date, I'm sure you know that I am against that because it kills MYSTERY, CHALLENGE and her anticipating another date with you.
*Should I send flowers or another gift the next day? I bet that sounds like advice that is the opposite of what you'd expect.
*Is it appropriate to text her that night or Facebook her and let her know I'm thinking of her? Unless you're not sure if she's into you or not, then go for the kiss.
Dating is a critical source of information for decision making in this all impacting event of human life called marriage.