Here we are at the Conclusion of our January series on How to Court a Woman. We hope that you’ve learned a lot from this month’s articles. Guys, never compromise your standards. If the woman whom you are interested in is not interested in you, then you should move on. Some people are very polite and you may not realise immediately that they aren’t interested. But, given time, it should become apparent. In the meantime, take it slow, and even if you are head over heels, don’t reveal this right away. At least not until you are sure that she is genuinely interested in you, too. Otherwise she could use your attraction to her advantage.
Taking Things Slowly
Usually it is best to reveal one’s feelings step by step. Don’t reveal much more or much less than the other has revealed. However, people have very different ways for showing that they are or are not interested. So do not break up, or step it up, without talking things through as to where you’re both headed. If you feel like you need time to decide, do not hesitate to talk.
Never be forceful. If you ever pressure her to do something that she doesn’t feel comfortable doing, she won’t be shy to say goodbye. Forcing her to do what she doesn’t want to do is rude. Try to continue doing your normal routine, with them in mind, rather than changing your whole life around them. Hopefully they will want to have a relationship with YOU, not a clone of themselves or a tag along.
Take Notice of Her Preferences
The most important thing in dating is to be conscious of your date’s feelings and reactions. If she’s a high-powered lawyer or a free-thinking intellectual, she may feel that your chivalry is an attempt to deprive her of her independence. However, if she’s pleased at your holding the door for her, keep up the gallantry.
Choose the One who Makes You Happy
A lot of guys choose women who are “arm candy.” These women are good-looking trophy girlfriends who bolster men’s status among other men or counteract their own insecurities. That’s all well and good, but if you find a woman who makes you happy, that’s all that really matters. So regardless of looks, age or social status (or what any other guy thinks) if you’re happy then you have definitely won at the mating game.
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