This Dating Mistake Is A Very Big No-No

This Dating Mistake Is A Very Big No-No

If you’re anything like most guys, I’m pretty sure that hitting it off with the woman you’re going out on a first date with is your top priority. This doesn’t just make her feel more comfortable around you, but also helps boost your chances of convincing her to go out with you again.

But the thing is unlike what a lot of so-called “dating gurus” are saying, pulling this off isn’t about wearing loud clothes to completely get her attention or perhaps act like the alpha male to give her the idea that she’s safe with you.

Put yourself in your date’s shoes for a bit. How would you think she’d feel the moment she finds out that she’s going out with an obnoxious jerk with a terrible fashion taste? Well, that already gives you a preview of how your date’s going to turn out sooner or later.

Now while you may already have a general idea of how to carry yourself when you’re going out with a woman for the first time, I came across a very interesting mistake during my extensive research into the female psychology that can easily ruin your chances of scoring a second date anytime soon.

Let me explain what I mean…

If you’ve been following my posts for a while now, you probably already know that establishing an emotional connection with a woman is a key factor when it comes to making a first date successful. And knowing how to engage and keep her in a meaningful exchange of ideas should be on your checklist if you’re looking to get the job done.

Although you may already have your very own strategy in terms of encouraging her to open up to you, I discovered that women tend to feel awkward when they realize that the guy they’re on a first date with is assuming rapport with them immediately. Besides automatically joking around, they also get a bit touchy-feely with their dates.

Sure showing a woman that you’re confident and sociable helps promote positive feelings in her, overdoing the whole thing will just lead to the opposite. You’ll simply end up making her feel that you’re invading her personal space right from the get-go, which will just raise her anxiety levels almost at once.

I’ve also learned that keeping an eye on her gestures is a great way to prevent the whole thing from turning into a disaster. If she’s the one initiating the conversation and the spontaneous physical contact, it means that you can already reciprocate them yourself.

Make it a point to reciprocate them subtly and gently, though, to avoid giving her the wrong idea.

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