This Is The Reason Why She Won't Go Out With You A Second Time

This Is The Reason Why She Won’t Go Out With You A Second Time

I’m really disappointed with the stuff that so-called “dating gurus” are saying these days.

While browsing a few of their sites this morning, I stumbled upon one post that recommended taking the sauciness level up a notch when engaging a woman in conversation during a first date to give her the impression that you are really manly.

Now while I agree that you’re going to make an impression alright, but it’s definitely going to be the wrong one. And chances are you’re just going to end up having a tough time convincing her to go out with you again.

Come to think of it. If you’re already talking about saucy stuff when you are just having your very first date, it makes you look more of a creep, right?

However, there is still one more mistake that a lot guys inadvertently make during a first date that can easily ruin their chances of getting another one.

Make sure you follow along to find out what this mistake is so you can easily score extra brownie points the next time you take a woman out on a first date and boost your chances of convincing her go on date number two…

During my extensive research into the female psychology, I discovered that one dating pet peeve most women have is going out with a man who manipulates the discussion as soon as it starts.

This is because it makes a woman feel that a guy isn’t really interested in her. In her mind, the whole thing is fast becoming a long, drawn-out monologue instead of a meaningful conversation where they can get to know each other better.

And when a woman develops this mindset, her brain stimulates the endocrine glands to pump out a lot of stress hormones, which will only trigger her fight or flight response. Or in layman’s terms, your date will just feel anxious, uncomfortable and wishing to be somewhere else fast.

Just to make the whole thing even more terrible, talking too much about yourself during a first date also gives a woman the notion that you are self-centered, which is also a big red flag in her dating checklist.

Now while I am not saying that sharing a few things about yourself during a first date is already a bad move, I am simply emphasizing that making sure you’re not hogging the conversation is the way to go.

See to it that the woman you’re on a date with also has the chance to dynamically share bits and pieces about herself and you’re sure to make a connection before long.


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