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Now the first thing I want to say is that early on in my online dating experience I did move from emails to phone calls and then first dates.
However, as time went by, I started to avoid phone conversations.
It's not just about what YOU want to know about him.Twenty emails and ten phone conversations aren’t as valuable as meeting once for half an hour.Also, because of this, I think it’s important to point out that just because the first phone conversation doesn’t seem to go well doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t meet the person.Here are 5 tips to help Many of my dating coaching clients have questions about what to ask during the first phone call. Understandably, most busy midlife women say they don't have time to waste on the wrong men.What I have found over the past 10 years as a dating coach, and from dating to find my own husband, this can be trickier than you think.