How To Date Women - Dating Secrets For MenArticle Source: Dating Books For Men. Copyright 2008
Author: Joseph Matthews
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When you think of "dating" a woman, you probably think of "dinner and a movie," am I right?
You go out and do things with the woman while you get to know her.
Have you considered this may be the wrong idea when it comes to dating?
Most men understand dating a woman, as a concept for a sensual ulterior motive; however, this is not always the case.
Here is a small list of some of the more common mistakes a man can make while dating a woman.
Mistake #1: Dates are only to make a good impression.
Lots of guys think they have something to prove on dates. They "have to get her to like me!" So they'll try and take her to fancy places to show her a memorable time, and they'll try and brag about themselves to come off as important.
Mistake #2: You can buy the love of a woman.
This is not a good idea, since you cannot spend enough money on a woman to encourage them to keep dating you. The majority of women today could care less how much you might spend on a date with them.
Mistake #3: Activities Mean Nothing!
Going out and doing things with someone does not mean as much as you think it might. Simply going to on dates does not encourage a womans interest for you. You cannot create romantic interest by just spending time together.
Mistake #4: Guys can become BORING!
A date with no spark of chemistry is boring. Although many men become nervous while on dates, they often interrupt themselves by becoming boring. They often talk about their routines while displaying little to none of their distinct personality. This is going through the motions with hopes of not messing things up.
Mistake #5: Following a pattern for failure.
Finally, many men get a certain idea about dating in their heads - how things are supposed to be - and they follow that rigidly. They take every girl to the same restaurant. They ask her the same questions. They take all the fun and spontaneity out of the interaction.
So what does it mean to date a woman?
It is simply really, dating builds attractions by strengthening emotional connections and building comfort.
See, it doesn't matter where you go, or how much money you spend. All that matters is how you're able to connect to the woman you're with and what you can make her feel about you.
You will notice that this is the major factor in the difference of going on cheap dates while truly romancing a woman and that of spending a great deal of money and getting nowhere fast.
You should completely focus on how you can increase your emotional connection with the woman you date.
You should be open to talking about your shared passions and interests, while trying to figure out what her hopes and dreams may be.
Learn to rephrase your questions, rather than wanting to know where she works, ask her some interesting and fun questions, such as If you could do anything you wish, what would you wish to do?
Just have fun and enjoy yourself!
You might want to tell her a joke, even if it is not the best, just so you can both enjoy a good chuckle. Take care to guide the conversation towards the things she finds interesting, this helps you find out who she is. Be curious.
More importantly, never shy away from relationship discussions.
Some men fear bringing up the subject of romance while out on a date, however, to build sexual tension while magnifying the attraction, you must.
Be a little wicked by flirting and joking with her, as this will encourage and build the attraction she has for you and then you can move on to the next level of your relationship.
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B Y T H E S A M E A U T H O R . . .
is the author of
The Art Of Approaching
Joseph Matthews, the author discussed in my The Art Of Approaching review, believes 10 percent of males enjoy 90 percent of the success when it comes to dating women. His aim is to put YOU into that 10 percent using 350+ pages of solid dating advice.
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