Whether youor your loved one has bipolar disorder, here is information . Links shared publicly online about this topic I found an interesting blog called Bipolar Bisexual tonight.I have enjoyed reading the first few entries, since the author is very forthright and thoughtful.When in doubt, smile and nod – fear not, a new date awaits you in just a few minutes! Hopefully, your date will not engage in political discussion or religious differences given the short amount of time, but as mentioned before, be prepared for anything.If any disagreements arise, simply avoid them by politely changing the subject.After the “daters” have done a full rotation and met one another, each individual will write a list of who he or she would like to see again.
If your date seems to be talking about him or herself for far too long, try to chime in with a relatable experience you have had or an interest you have in common.
And even after the event, the suspense of finding out who has put you on their interest list is thrilling.
Nothing beats the feeling of knowing the date you most enjoyed is into you as well.
In the end, this will make your decision process much easier! Now that you are fully prepared for your next speed-dating extravaganza, you are probably asking yourself, ‘Where can I find a speed-dating event near me? If you would like to be notified about when and where future events will be taking place, make sure to sign up to receive the Stitch newsletter.
At this time, we are only inviting registered Stitch members to our events, but we will be extending the speed-dating fun to others in the near future.