I encourage women not to worry that something is wrong with them, it might just be the 45-minute Uber rides that are the problem.
If this hasn’t been arranged or suggested quickly, women will worry that the guy didn’t actually like them and will get disheartened.
From a man’s point of view, they do not see the urgency in arranging a second date – they prefer to wait and play it cool so they don’t come across too keen.
If the date has gone well, women want to show off and, if the date didn’t live up to expectations, they seek validation from their friends that he was the problem, not them.
Men, on the other hand, do not like to share as many date details on their group Whats App.
Working as a relationship psychologist and global director of elite introductions agency Berkeley International means I work closely with both sexes to discuss what they look for in a partner, their feelings about dating and thoughts on the dates they have been on.
What is abundantly clear is that women and men are programmed very differently and this is particularly obvious when they date.
Women will break down everything from the amount of time it takes for the guy to reply to their message, to how he said goodbye on the date.
Men don’t think in this way and won’t be agonising over what messages to send and when.
Needless to say, that is all he is going to get and I do not want to see him again!
"The man’s feedback: "It was a very enjoyable evening, I think we got on well, and I hope to see her again soon."Men are renowned for being lazy in certain elements of their lives, one of them being the way they date.
Men typically hold their cards much closer to their chest and never outwardly offend their date, whereas women are more likely to be honest.