Why She's Not Making A Connection With You On Your Date

Why She’s Not Making A Connection With You On Your Date

Hitting it off with a woman when you’re taking her out on a first date is no doubt one of your biggest priorities. Besides making her feel more comfortable around you, your chances of convincing her to go out with you again will also be higher.

But the thing is unlike what a lot of so-called “dating gurus” are saying, pulling it off isn’t about wearing loud clothes to supposedly give her the notion that she should give her complete attention to you or perhaps act rather aggressively to make her think that you’re the alpha male.

Come to think of it. How would you think she’ll react when she finds out that the guy she’s on a first date with is a complete jerk with a terrible taste in fashion? Well, that gives you a preview of how your date will turn out.

What’s really interesting is I’ve learned a key mistake during my extensive research into the female psychology that can prevent you from making a connection with a woman during a first date. There’s even a possibility that you’re guilty of making this one as well.

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Now while it’s already a given that intelligence is sexy for women, opening a conversation with something rather technical and complicated will just give your date the notion that you’re simply trying too hard to look smart to her, which promotes a surge of negative hormones and neurotransmitters in her body.

This leads to her feeling awkward and uncomfortable. And although you can always change the subject while you’re at it, the damage has been already done and shifting the situation back in your favor can be really tough.

Now we’ve got that covered, here’s a trick that can help you make a connection with a woman on a first date…

Besides planning your get-up beforehand and being punctual, making it a point to ask her trivial questions when you’re trying to get a conversation going with her is one way to create a connection between the two of you.

See, asking trivial questions basically help promote the production and release of positive hormones and neurotransmitters like dopamine and oxytocin that make a woman feel more open and comfortable to exchange ideas with you.

Apart from asking her which TV series she’s following these days, you can also ask her what game on her smartphone she’s always playing. Sounds simplistic enough? Well, that’s the idea.

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