The most important thing to remember about the blind date season is that it is the best time to find a date, according to a study by University of Arizona psychology professor Brian Waddell.
“It is the time to do the research and to find out if there is anything that will satisfy you,” he said.
But the researchers also said it is not as easy as it sounds.
“The research has been limited because it has focused on the importance of finding a date with a high level of social acceptance, so that people are comfortable with each other,” Waddill said.
In other words, you have to be able to communicate your interests and interests and values to someone and then, if they are interested, you can start working on what they want.
The researchers also found that it was the perfect time to go on a blind date.
“For example, if you are the type of person who likes to read and write, it’s the perfect way to meet someone and see how they would react to you reading their mind,” Wintell said.
“You may have to say, ‘How are you doing, honey?’ but the person will be happy with you for that.”
This study is published online in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.
For more information, visit the University of Utah’s Blind Date Institute.