How to Get Her to Fall In Love With You
If you're in love with a woman, chances are you'll want to know how to get her to fall in love with you as well. Here are some steps you can take:
Really notice her. Love is about enjoying the little quirks that make each person human. Take note of your love interest's hair, clothes, cooking, pets, or hobbies, then drop casual compliments into your conversation. She'll quickly fall in love with you if you say things like "I love the way you concentrate when you're reading a book" or "Those red shoes you love drive me wild." Make sure, however, that these compliments are sincere and unique, she'll know if they aren't.
Do things for her. It's easy to go overboard with this one (and get taken advantage of in the process) but when used properly, doing things for your love interest is a surefire way to get her to fall in love with you. Does she love Chinese food, but never gets a chance to go to her favorite Chinese restaurant due to a busy lifestyle? Show up one day with a bag full of her favorites, or dishes she's been dying to try. Your dedication will show her that you're someone who can be trusted to take care of her in the long run, a key tactic to getting her to fall in love.
Talk about the future. If you want her to fall in love with you, chances are you're thinking about a long term relationship. Let her know where your thoughts lie by dropping little hints into your conversations. For example, you could say "I love that puppy! I'd like to have a puppy of my own someday," or "You know, I had a great time playing with your little cousins at Christmas." Keep it subtle, though: saying something like "I want to have lots of babies with you as soon as possible" might come off as a little creepy.
- Give her time. All great relationships take time. Let the process of falling in love naturally take its course. Don't try and use these tips all at once. The second you try to push things, or make her fall in love more quickly than she wants to, she'll spook. The same goes for seeming or looking desperate. Sure, if you're in love with someone, you'll want them to fall in love with you as soon as possible, but rushing things will only doom the relationship.
Posted on: Mar. 10, 2010