If your gut is telling that this is the wrong person for you, listen.
If you don’t feel like you are in a good situation, listen to your instincts’ and look for an immediate way out. Have a pre-mediated plan in place so you do not begin to panic.
A pre-mediated plan will keep you calmer should a bad situation arise and your reason for leaving will seem more realistic than if you are trying to come up with something off the top of your head.
Tell a friend ahead of time what the plan is and choose a friend you can trust to follow through with their end of the bargain. You could arrange to have a friend call you at a certain time to ask how the date is going. Have a plan in place such as saying to the friend ‘maybe I should come home now’ and have the friend offer to pick you up so you are not leaving alone.
Do not be afraid to end the date early even if you do have to leave on your own.
A bad situation does not generally get better and most often escalates as the night goes on. Many times we are afraid to listen to our gut feelings or simply dismiss them. On a blind date it is never a good idea to dismiss our feelings.
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