A Simple Tip To Make An Emotional Connection With Your Date
I discovered something very interesting while checking out a new psychology journal at the local library a few days back. And you are sure to find this one rather remarkable as well if you’re looking to ace your next date.
Make sure you follow along to find out more…
I’m pretty sure that you’ve already got your very own dating checklist drummed up to boost your chances of acing the whole thing when you go out with a woman.
And I really hope you didn’t pattern it after the stuff so-called “pickup artists” are recommending these days like wearing really loud clothes and acting like the alpha male while at it since you’re only in for a dating disaster even before you got started.
Come to think of it. Put yourself in your date’s shoes for a minute. If you’re going out with a guy looking quite ridiculous and acting like that, wouldn’t you have the urge to bolt right out of there as soon as you can?
Well, now that we’ve that covered, let’s pick up where we left off on to the subject of having a dating checklist …
Besides making it a point to keep your grooming up to par, chances are you also have picking a nice place to take her to as well as choosing your conversational topics carefully to really seal the deal.
If you’re anything like most guys, you probably see these as simply pleasant gestures aimed at dazzling the woman you’re going on a date with. However, they actually have a psychological effect on her.
When your date gets the notion that you’re pampering her and doing your best to give her a good time, her body goes through a surge of feel good hormones. She will feel more relaxed and at ease with you.
And this is definitely going to help boost your chances of establishing an emotional connection with your date as you go along.
Now for the discovery I’ve made I was telling you about earlier…
Researchers in the Erikson Instituut voor Toegepaste Psychologie based in Amsterdam, found out that the feel good hormones like dopamine and oxytocin produced and released in the body when a date is going great is generally the same ones churned out during exercise.
Based on the results of a study they conducted, the same hormones basically set off the feeling of euphoria and self-gratification that exercise buffs experience while they are working out.
This simply means that the possibility that you will establish an emotional connection with the woman you’re on a date with while sweating it out. So why not mix things up the next time you’re planning a date and invite her to go on a trek, a bike ride or perhaps a quick swim with you?
Sure it’s a bit unconventional, but this one’s really worth trying at least once with the rewards you’re in for if you play your cards right.