The Biggest Dating Mistake You’re Probably Making
Let me start things off by saying that I’ve had my share of bad dates over the years. There were times when I thought I had a date in the bag one minute and then next thing you know, everything turns sour.
So I knew I had to do something to figure this out, so I began doing a ton of research on dating techniques and female psychology. During this time, I stumbled upon a neurology book that helped me pinpoint the biggest thing I was doing wrong during my dates.
Let me explain what I mean…
If you’re anything like most men, you probably know that women love compliments. They adore being told that they’re beautiful and they like it when you say things like how their shoes or dress really suits them well.
Interestingly, complimenting a woman stimulates a region of the forebrain called the hypothalamus. This part of the brain is in charge of all the feelings that she experiences like hunger, thirst, cold, heat and sleepiness.
The hypothalamus also plays a key role in promoting the release of happy hormones called endorphins in a woman’s brain. Besides uplifting her mood almost instantly, endorphins also make her feel more drawn to the person giving her compliments. However, here’s where things get really interesting.
Overdoing it with the compliments eventually triggers an alarm in the hypothalamus that releases cortisol, a stress hormone. This basically triggers the opposite of all the good feelings the endorphins provide. Aside from feeling that she’s being lied to, cortisol also raises anxiety levels that can give a woman the impulse to escape.
Instead of enjoying your time together, a woman will tend to be reserved, aloof and very impatient when cortisol kicks in. She’ll find ways to cut your date short and will even resort to lying to pull it off. Unfortunately, I used to give a lot of compliments to my dates.
Now while I may have meant well when I told them that they looked stunning in their dress or perhaps their shoes were amazing, I didn’t know that they were getting the wrong message. And cortisol was already doing its nasty work.
So the next time I took a woman out, I simply eased up on the compliments. Amazingly, things turned out better than they used to. I didn’t see my dates suddenly having emergency phone calls or receiving tragic texts just to get away from me again. How about trying this strategy yourself and see the difference?
Now we’ve got that covered, here’s a simple strategy to get her sexually aroused.