I really learned a lot from your article entitled “Dating Two (or More) women at the Same Time”. I have a few questions though and I’d really appreciate it if you could give me some advice on this. I recently started dating a woman. I like her but I know she’s not the woman for me in the long run. She’s concerned and tells me she really doesn’t want to see me with other women.
When girls don’t call back after dates, guys are always completely stunned! She even said that she had a great time, how dare her! The story has occurred millions of times: a guy goes on a date with a very attractive girl, is nervous beforehand but manages to pull it together and have a good date. He’s ecstatic until time goes by and the girl won’t return his calls or agree to meet up again.
Game is about improving yourself as a person, increasing your chances to succeed. Psychologists and doctors relate brain activity in so many different ways, it would be extremely difficult to fully interpret the actions and reactions of ones mind.
My philosophy is this, the brain acts in two basic characters, aggressive and passive. The brain also reacts in two characters, comfort and discomfort. I know, it’s all very analytical, but it really broadens the way you approach and view things. You can relate any situation to this philosophy and find an overwhelming response of the traits. The goal of this article is to help you interpret my philosophy and put the knowledge of it into practice.
First, what is etiquette? (We’ll talk about dating manners shortly). Simply put, it’s a pre-defined collection of policies, rules, or customs that suggest or advise the minimum acceptable level or best form of behaviour in particular social groups, gatherings, situations or events.
What do you spray on before stepping out for a date or for a night out at the club?
Nowadays, there are plenty of colognes for men. So how do you know which ones to choose?
Before we go any further, let me give you some “hard facts” about cologne.
Here’s a technique for getting a woman or an ex- girlfriend you haven’t seen for a long time to feel comfortable around you: Rapport Resumption.
Instead of building rapport from scratch again, just act like if you’ve always been friendly towards her and that nothing had ever gone wrong between you too.
Even if you had suffered a nasty breakup, don’t mention it or act bitter. No matter how harsh the breakup was, keep a smile on your face and be a tiny bit excited about seeing her, as if nothing had ever gone wrong.
Right now I’m going to teach you a killer secret that you can use next time you meet any new group of people in any situation, be it at a party, a bar, or a nightclub.
As soon as you’ve sat down and introduced yourself, I want you to ask, “So how does everyone know each other?”
ot so long ago I received a question from a reader who asked, “A few days ago I went on a date with this stunningly beautiful women.
But her cell phone kept going off and it was annoying. I didn’t want to say anything because I did not want to offend her but at the same time I felt very uncomfortable with all the incoming calls. What should I have done?”