How To Get A Girlfriend
Not knowing how to get a girlfriend can be frustrating. That’s why it is nice to get a little insight from the opposite side of the fence; here is your guide to getting a girlfriend from a woman’s viewpoint.
- Visit locations where the ladies gather and make yourself visible. If they don’t know you’re available, they aren’t going to come after you. Rather than holing up in your room, go to the places that ladies frequent and mingle with them.
- Ask your friends for help. If you have a hard time finding single women, ask your buddies (or even your lady friends) if they can help you get a girlfriend. They may even know someone who would be a perfect match.
- Date lots of women. OK, so you don’t have to become a player in order to get a girlfriend, but don’t hold yourself back from dating casually as you wait for "The One" to come along.
- Act the gentleman. In order to impress a girl, you most certainly shouldn’t act like an uncaring jerk. Trust us, if she is smart, she likely won’t look twice.
- Take it slow. Just because you like her, you don’t have to ask her to be your girlfriend on your first date. Take some time to get to know her first (and let her get to know you). You can touch her, though; brush her hand with yours or pat her on the back to show that you are interested.
- Be sincere. Don’t compliment her on every little thing just because you want to get a girlfriend. Say it only if you mean it.
- Have some respect. Don’t force yourself on her; rather, treat her the way you would want to be treated.
- Be creative (and funny). Yes, most girls love flowers, but that can get somewhat boring after a while. If you want to impress a girl and get her to become your girlfriend, put a little thought into the gifts you give her. Or get her something that will make her laugh.
- Listen to her and show your interest. Conversation is a two-way street; don’t just talk about yourself. Let her know that you are listening (and that you are interested) by looking her in the eye and commenting when it seems appropriate.
- Be confident. Have good posture and body language.
Posted on: Mar. 16, 2010