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Neil Williams

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02/22/2011 09:44pm
The Biggest Mistake Men Make On First Dates With Women

I was talking to a gentleman the other night and the subject of women came up. He was complaining about how finding a good woman in this town is very difficult. He would meet a woman and ask her out on a date. They would go to shows, expensive dinners, lounges for drinks, etc. The night would end with little hugs, a peck on the cheek, and a lot of times they wouldn’t even return his calls. What is going on here? Did he do something wrong? The answer is YES. He made the biggest mistake most men make with women they just met. He spent his hard earned cash thinking it was going to make her attracted to him. But wait, isn’t this what you have to do if you want to get a decent, attractive, woman? NO. All he did was make things more difficult for himself.

There is a rule in sales called the rule of reciprocity which simply states they when you do something for someone, no matter how small, they feel obligated to repay you. A lot of men use this to guilt women into sex, or some kind of relationship with him. They feel if they do this enough, they can use money to make her attracted to him. The problem is most women of “good moral character” are familiar with this tactic when used in dating. She may go out with you once, but if there is no attraction, she will no longer be interested. However, a woman of low morals will try to get all she can. You shouldn’t be dealing with them anyway. A woman is not going to be attracted to you by guilt. So raise your standards and keep your money in your pocket.


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