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10. How To Tell If a Girl Likes You

If you’ve found a girl you’re interested in pursuing, pursue her! If you know her from school or she’s already a friend then just ask her straight up, “Do you want to go out with me on Saturday night?

This is still a question about values. If sex is important to you, and yuo are hoping she might become your future girlfriend, then what is she aligned with? If it seems that the two of you are not likely to be sexually compatible, longevity won’t really be an option.

I’m saying “man” for a reason. Women tend to keep in close touch with their girlfriends, and men keep hitting on her all time — keeping her social motor going. We men, on the other hand… we often become complacent, and forget to nurture our social life outside the relationship. Even with our best friends. When you are infatuated… your priorities change, and all you want to do is to be with your loved one.

And this will stop you from acting needy or clingy. There are 7 billion people on Earth, and 3.5 billion of them are women.

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  • You have qualities and skills that I just don’t have.

Stay away from thinking you must get noticed. That will only put you on the opposite side of where you are – you’ll risk becoming a show off or a guy who feels they need to impress a woman to get her to feel attracted to you. Hey I’m Pete – (Peter White) – I run whydoguys.com for women and DiaLteG TM for guys like you.

Of those, 2 billion are potentially datable. You do the math.

This rule is here to make sure you don’t just settle for that first girl. To assure you’re not chasing anymore. To assure you WILL be ready when the time and the right woman comes along. Time to get past all the negative shit and just accept it – she’s with him and not you and you’re not privy to their relationship. It has NOTHING to do with you and your relationships (or lack there of) and it’s a total waste of time to think negatively about it or them.

As I mentioned earlier, you can’t time when that right someone will walk into your life. It’s easy to say, “I want to be single until I’m 28 or 30, then I’ll find a serious girlfriend.” Well, good luck with that.

You have the option of making it a group get-together or a date. This is especially true of choosing the best time for “turning points”. Example, when you ask her out for the “first date”, or when you ask her to go from “just friend” to “girlfriend”. Don’t try to rush into a relationship. A healthy relationship takes time to grow and develop into something real.