The words you use, and how you use them can have a HUGE impact on your ability to seduce women.
And I’m not talking about super complicated language patterns or techniques, just a few changes here and there, and a few tweaks to your delivery, and you’ll have magical results.
First, let’s review what girls are attracted to (we’re not really interested in what they want).
First, girls are generally attracted to guys with lots of self confidence.
A girl will usually be much happier, on an emotional and subconscious level, with a guy with an average income and high self confidence than with a rich guy who is always questioning himself.
Two, girls want guys who aren’t needy. As soon as guy starts making it seem like she is the sole reason for his happiness she’ll flee faster than an escaped convict.
The good news is that both of these positive qualities can be implied simply by how you use your language.
When speaking, never speak in sentences that end in upward tones. Sentences that have the voice tone of a question but aren’t a question make you horribly unattractive. You sound unsure, and this repulses her.
To get an idea of how this sounds, spend the next couple of days “eavesdropping” on guys talking to girls. First listen to the voice tone. Forget the words. You’ll be able to tell if he’s after her or if she’s after him.
Next, the words you use can convey a sense of desperate neediness or relaxed detachment.
A self confident guy with relaxed detachment, but slight interest, is very attractive.
How do you convey this?
Never ask her to do anything with you. Make suggestions, or give covert permission.
Instead of saying, “Do you want to have dinner with me tomorrow night,” it’s better to say, “what do you think about eating at that Italian place Tuesday night?” or even better, say, “I’m going to eat at that Italian place Tuesday night, if you’re interested, let me know and I’ll pick you up on the way.”
So long as you project a frame of confidence, and she knows you’re happy with or without her, she’ll be much more interested.
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