What Really Irks Your Date

What Really Irks Your Date

So you’ve finally convinced the woman you always had your eyes on to go out with you on a first date…

Naturally, you take a meticulous shower, splash on some deodorant, put on tasteful clothes and shoes as well as have a couple of spritzes of your best cologne to really sweep your date off her feet.

If you’re anything like most guys, chances are you probably think that you’re already all set for your first date. However, I discovered that acing a first date isn’t all about looking like a million bucks.

Let me explain what I mean…

During my extensive research into the female psychology, I learned that dazzling a woman during a first date is more than just appearances. Sure you may have gone to great lengths to ensure that you’ll look really nice to your date, but failing to do one thing is sure to significantly pull down your chances of taking her out a second time.

And this is not maintaining proper eye contact. I know this sounds crazy right now, but you’ll find out more when you read on…

Now while a lot of so-called “dating gurus” say that shifting your gaze from time to time will give your date the notion that you’re a mysterious guy, doing just that might simply blow your chances of getting a second date in no time.

According to a research conducted by the Hayes-McDolar Psychological Institute, establishing trust is a key factor when it comes to convincing a woman that she should go out with you again.

And no matter how much effort you’ve exerted to make yourself look really presentable or perhaps organize your date to make it unforgettable for her, a woman will simply feel that you’re shifty and dubious if you can’t look her in the eye. This is because her brain sees this as a red flag and fires up her endocrine system to let loose stress hormones almost immediately.

When this happens, your date will start to feel nervous and uneasy. She’ll become rather unresponsive and wants to get out of there as soon as she can. This means she won’t be that eager to spend time with you. In short, your date is over and the chances that the two of you will go out again in the future are virtually nil.

Although maintaining proper eye contact during a first date may sound tricky, it’s not that complicated at all. Here’s a trick that you can do to make a woman feel that you’re doing just that when you are taking her out…

Simply focus on the bridge of your date’s nose if you can’t directly look her in the eye. It’s simply a win-win situation for the both of you.

She won’t think you’re fishy and feel anxious anytime soon. And your chances of scoring that second date won’t be that tough.


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