If you are in the
dating market and are looking for that special guy and want to get him forever,
it is all a matter of being the woman men adore. So many women make this effort in completely
the wrong way and the cycle of losing decent guys just goes on and on. Is there a secret you should know about? Perhaps!
Our society’s love of
the “wafer thin model” look has created pretty unrealistic
expectations of the ideal woman. And, it
goes the other way too in terms of what a ‘man’ should be. So, the first thing that has to be done is to
render a change of thinking.
has been a sweeping generalization that the only thing men want is sex. Of course, women have been conditioned to
think that if she provides enough sexual intimacy, she can get him forever.
Make no mistake men
have forever loved sex, but so do women.
In fact, most women’s sex drive is as strong as men’s sex drive, but due
to our conditioning men chase it whilst women are encouraged to be a ‘nice
girl’ and remain chaste prior to marriage.
So, the result is frustrated, sex deprived women and guys that are on a
conquest to get their numbers up.
A real connection is
what men are looking for. Don’t get me
wrong, men want sex (and their quantitative need is probably somewhat in line
with yours), but that is not all. We …
I hope that you have
never whistled at a girl or tried to gain her attention through a pickup line.
If you have you
probably realize now that girls do not respond positively to these pathetic
attempts to communicate with them. If you have not realized it and have gotten
a positive response with this approach I suggest a visit to the doctor because
you may be in need of some Penicillin.
During your actual
conversation with a woman is when she will decide if you are a creep and mace
you in the face or you are a cute guy and give you her phone number.
The best piece of
advice I have been given on conversation is “You have to be interested in
order to be interesting.” In other words you must take the initiative to
acquire to know her, this is done by asking her questions.
There are two basic questions I
1. Where are you
from?2. What do you do for work/school?
This will get a
response for example: “I am from here, born and raised”
You should respond
with a follow up question such as: “Really, so all your family lives here
The purpose for these
specific questions is they will almost always elicit a response that will give
you more information for follow up questions.
Another example if you
use question #2 and she responds with: “I work in sales”
You could then follow
up with “What sort of sales?” …