October 26, 2007, Newsletter Issue #191: Try New Things

Tip of the Week

No one likes to look like a fool. But we often have the best time when we do! If you are on a date, and your partner suggests you try something new -- a new food, a new sport, a new activity -- consider it. Try it. If it's not illegal or immoral, why not? You may find out that you like it or that you're good at it. And you and your date will be closer because you discovered it together. Don´t be afraid to fail. Just let your date know that this is a new thing for you and you´re nervous, yet willing to try. It could be fun!

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