Learning how to make a woman love to text you is a skill that most men should learn how to master. Getting into the minds of women is a complex task to tackle. Women, as emotional as there are, like to connect on a higher level with their male counterparts. In addition, women love attention, compliments and the thought of being listened to. With the right skills, you can make a woman love to text you in a few easy steps.
- Stay attentive. When texting a woman you must stay attentive to the subject at hand. Do not suggest sex or bring up the topic of sex, unless it is brought up by her first. When you stay attentive to the texting conversation, while staying a perfect gentleman, you will slowly, but surely make that woman love to text you.
- Compliments, compliments and more compliments. The way to a woman’s heart is continual compliments, even if you do not believe she deserves it. For example, if you are texting your girl and she say’s she burnt dinner. Compliment her on how fantastic of a cook she is, and state that her burning dinner was just a fluke. Her heart will start to race at the thought of cooking you a fantastic meal, thus making her want to text you every time she cooks dinner.
- Text her just because. Spontaneously texting is a great way to spice up your relationship. If you consistently text your girl at the same time each day, she will start to believe that she is simply convenient and that is the only time you think about her. Text her when you wake up, just to say hello. Text her in the afternoon, to see how her day is going. Finally, text her at night to wish her a good night’s sleep. When you stay on your woman’s mind, texting you will become second nature!
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