Without Further ado: 1. Make a guess about what she’s up to If you’re texting a girl that’s been on your mind for some time; then you’ve probably imagined what she’s up to a million times. As long as just… Continue Reading
Don’t be afraid to tease a girl. Whether you want to challenge a girl on her beliefs, show that you have boundaries, or just make her laugh: teasing is a key way you shift the interaction from being friendly to… Continue Reading
It is very important, in your texts and interactions generally, that you do not pander to a woman. Say the words you think she wants to hear, instead of your true opinion, and she’ll lose respect for you.
The date has occurred . . . and suddenly you realize that now you have to arrange another one. This is met with mixed feelings in your gut: part ‘get in’, part ‘not all that again’. What next..?
First of all, Happy New Years! So you’ve been texting a girl for a while and now you’re wondering if she’s ready for the date? Now that you’ve achieved your first objective (getting her to respond) it’s time to work… Continue Reading
If your date is more than a few days away: or if you’re in the early stages of dating, you’re going to need/ want to occasionally get in touch with the girl. You need to strike the balance of communication… Continue Reading
In 2016, the year to come, learn how to master your text game by following these 10 base tips: 1. CONTEXT IS EVERYTHING Do not stack the texts one after the other machine gun style in hope of something sticking… Continue Reading
An Introduction to First Texts First texts require no explanation, but that doesn’t make them any easier to write. The first impression you make is important. You want to hit the tone just right so that you come across as… Continue Reading
So you texted a girl and no response? If your original message sucked- try again in 2 days time with a ping message or put in an ‘anti-flake’ phone call. This message should remind you of her, be low investment,… Continue Reading
The truth is… When it comes to dating successfully there are very few ‘rules’. If there were, why would the people who always seem to get what they want from relationships never stick to them?