Not only does a woman's body language speak louder than her words, but so does yours. It's okay if you're (by nature) the kind of guy who's shy. But, unfortunately, that doesn't translate well in the dating scene.
Lots of people run short of fun date ideas on the eve of their date. A survey reveals that almost 87% of people fall short of ideas before their date.
The old tried and true ideas can get a little stale: go to the park, the movie, the beach, a night at the lakeside, a resort, a hiking trip or a scavenger hunt. All these ideas are probably years old. No doubt that they are good ones, but if you want to show your date that he/she is really a special person in your life, do something that will prove this.
Too many men end up discouraged when it comes to women because they fail to pay attention to the clues. They meet a woman's eye across a crowded room, walk over and introduce themselves – only to have her give a polite excuse and then leave.
Some men think that dating today is like try to swim across an alligator infested lake. They might make it – and then again, they might not. Of course, there are always those men who make it look super easy.
You’re thinking, “If I don’t ask for a date, how am I going to get one?” It’s not that you shouldn’t ask for a date, it’s that you should consider other ways of getting a date than just walking up to her and saying, “Would you like to go out on a date with me?”
One of the advantages you have as a nice guy is that you take a sincere interest in the women you date (right?). Most nice guys spend more time planning to make a date nice, and taking the time to find out what this woman is all about.
When a man offers you a genuine compliment and you blow it off, you’re saying something very unattractive about yourself. It’s not humble to refuse a compliment – it’s actually a sign of insecurity and poor self-esteem.
If you're confused about what men want in a relationship, you're not alone. The battle of the sexes truly is a battle where one half often doesn't understand what the other half wants or needs.
You’ve met the woman of your dreams – you think. You’ve been dating for some time and things are getting pretty serious. You’re at the point where you’re becoming exclusive (or maybe you’re thinking about making things even a bit more permanent).
Do you ever wonder if there are any guys out there who are worth dating? Where are they? And why can’t you find them? Yes, they’re out there – but maybe you’re looking in the wrong places.
You can tell she’s interested in you. You feel – or at least look – relaxed and confident. You walk up to her, say hello, and – then what? If she’s very interested in you, it won’t really matter what you say.
We all have been in a situation where we look back and say we should've known our ex was an abuser, a cheater, or a jerk. Its easy to do in hindsight. I know because I've done it at least 18 times.
Before you start going out and meeting women, you need to be prepared. It’s important to make a good first impression, and that isn’t easy when you aren’t ready. You need to know what you’ve been doing that’s hurt your chances in the past, what you can start doing to make yourself more attractive, and how to tell if a woman is interested in you.
Firsts, these are very memorable events you can not deny. They may come in a variety of ways but they share that common effect which is something that stays with you.
The fine art of flirting is to catch a man’s eye without giving him the wrong impression. That can be a challenge. Watch some old movies like Gone With the Wind. Scarlett O’Hara was a champion flirter.