Rule book on dating
Don't make it cruel, but tease like you would on the playground as a kid: "You're not bad looking ... I don't want to catch anything from you." By using the Dating Dynamics methods, you will flip her Trust switch in her head.
You see, she starts out needing to find a reason to be interested and trust YOU - or she quickly categorizes you as a friend.
If you just start talking to her neutrally, she's wondering, "Is he safe? " For all she knows, you're just another dweeb looking to bore her with old Playboy party jokes.
Now, by teasing her first, all of a sudden she feels (from your words and actions) that you might be more challenging. Maybe you’re not just another guy out there looking to get laid tonight.
Just look at the girl and ask her to tell you how everyone in her group knows each other.
You can say this: "Hey, before you run out of cool things to talk about, tell me... " If you listen closely, what she says will give you at least ten new subjects that you can then talk with her and her friends about - their jobs, their history, all the juicy stuff you can use for a good conversation. Plus, by getting her friends back in on the conversation, you avoid that "creepy guy hitting on their friend" situation.
When you feel like you're not as good as other guys are with women, it hits you right in the middle of who you are as a man.I started to get really frustrated, and then I even got angry with women over it.I felt myself blaming them for my situation, even though I knew they weren't the problem.(I think they call this "failure to launch.") I went out all the time and hung out with my other guy friends who had really attractive girlfriends, but I was the pitiful "lonely guy" of the group that would hardly ever get a phone number or date.And if I did get a date, it always ended up as "friends" at the end, because I was such a "Nice Guy." But I'd also look at my guy friends who had cool girlfriends and think, "He's not all that great looking, or all that smart." So How In The World Were These Other Guys I asked myself that over and over again.A few years back, I had what you might call a crisis.I'm not going to bore you with all the details, but let's just say that my dating life was really empty.You get that sick feeling of not just being ignored, but as well. Even though she didn't actually do it or say it out loud, you feel like she just laughed and called you a loser.Let me give you the best strategy you can use when you sense that this situation is coming up and you might lose her...Some guys out there will tell you that you need to get your "inner game" of confidence and self-esteem all taken care of before you can meet women and get more dates.This is popular advice from people who don't understand how to train guys properly.