Approachable women dating
Most of these pointers are negative in nature, in other words, things you should not do.This is not a coincidence or due to the omission of the positive suggestions.
If nothing else, this blog is an outlet for voicing my astonishment at the typical female's ignorance of the male mindset.If you don't have that problem, the "make it easy" tips might help as much as the "make it possible" tips - but use the former wisely. Don't Go Out With Men Women surrounded by men never get approached, and in the rare event that they do, the men will usually make it difficult or impossible for the approaching male.Having men around you, regardless of their relationship with you or even their sexuality, is the single biggest game killer. Don't Hang Out In A Large Group of Girls Split up into smaller groups, ideally groups of two or three.Men actually do notice this, though it is subconscious.It might take some getting used to but it will pay off. Don't Worry About Smiling At Him I swear all girls must have be told at some point "if a guy you like looks at you, make sure you smile." I cannot count the number of times I have made eye contact with a girl and had her respond with what is clearly a forced and awkward smile.While the advice below can be helpful and it merits attention, you will be disappointed if you think it will dramatically improve your dating life.
Women who do not get approached should never assume that their problem lies in this area.
A drink clutched up against your body comes across defensive and unwelcoming.
Try it out with your friend when you are standing next to her; as you pull your drinks down and away you will feel much more open and relaxed.
I have met only a few girls in my life that have actually had this problem, and usually it is accompanied by a social awkwardness that is debilitating in later stages of a relationship anyway.
In any case, work on 1 and 3 before you worry about 2.
So here's the advice: if it doesn't come naturally, don't do it.