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9 Ways to Attract a Women

Updated on July 17, 2017

Are you the one with quality exactly like prince charming? Do you think your smile make girls go weak at their knees? Or do you love flaunting your body to impress girls with your six pack abs like they show in the movies? Well gentlemen out there, if you think all these above points are enough to get women attracted towards you, then I am afraid you could be in trouble. Guys, there is no harm in being charming and good looking at all. If you are one handsome & cool looking dude out there and you feel proud about it, there is no harm at all dear. People might tell you that God was in a super good mood before he created a creature like you. And you out there couldn’t stop yourself from blushing and smiling. Awww.. how cute! Let me tell you guys that all the qualities mentioned above do attract women, but that is only initial attraction when they see you. Now, if there is a girl you are really interested in and you want her to be yours, then I am afraid that there is lot more to do.

Here are 9 ways to attract a woman’s heart and not just her eyes.

  1. Be polite – This is one thing that every existing woman must want in her guy. Remember, being polite doesn’t mean that you only have to be well behaved to your girl; it has to be with everyone. Whenever you go out with her, say restaurant or a movie, no matter whoever you talk to, believe me you have her full attention. So do take care of your choice of words and gestures.
  2. Eye contact – You know, you must be a shy guy but please do make an eye contact when you talk to her. On the other hand eye contact is also important when you are listening to her, which will make her feel that she have your full attention. Trust me when you look into their eyes, they love it.
  3. Make her feel special when in group – You might have a big group of friends, but small gestures that will make her feel special from a person interested in her, always works.
  4. Initiate conversation – They love talking! Start a topic which you think she will be interested in and involve her in conversation.
  5. Holding hands – If you think your friendship has grown far enough that you don’t have to ask her before holding her hands, do it often. Believe me, she might not give you a hint of that but she loves it when you hold her hand in public.
  6. No larger than life dialogues – Well we know how much you are in love, but please, here’s a request, please don’t make her silly promises of bringing stars and moons to her feet. Trust me; if she says yes, you’ll be in trouble.
  7. Let her know your feelings – Now before you plan your big date to propose your girl, let her know your feelings with your gestures. So when she knows about your feelings without you telling her, she will have nothing but to think about you most of the time.
  8. Genuine compliment – Now this point is really important. You might think that giving loads of compliments will make you achieve your goals. Well, it won’t, instead, genuine compliment will do the charm. Compliment her for the right thing and when you do, mean it.
  9. Be yourself – Now if you genuinely like someone and are really keen to spend your life with her, then, being your self is highly recommended. Just think, if you are faking your personality to charm your girl, let’s say she is impressed by it, and if you badly wanted to be with her forever, well then I am afraid you have keep being someone you are not for the rest of your life. And accidentally if your acting skills failed some day, your girl would think you have changed and may leave you because you are no more a person she fell in love with.


So if you have mastered all the points mentioned above, just go for it and charm your love. Hope this might help you.

Happy Love..

© 2015 Pari99

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    • Pari99 profile imageAUTHOR

      Pari99 

      3 years ago

      @dashingscorpio well said. I agree to your point that you said if a woman is stuck in a room with 5 guys and have four of them get down on their knees extending their hearts out towards her while the 5th guy sits in a corner sipping on a cocktail acting like she does not exist. That’s the guy she will want to get to know. But I have mentioned about guys who are interested in someone that they want her to be their partner. Now he can use the formula of a "bad guy" that you mentioned, just to impress her. What after that? Once a guy knows that the girl is impressed and if he still keeps his “bad guy” attitude on, what’s the use? Eventually she will think that the guy she has fallen for has no real feelings compare to what she has for him. Bad guy or good guy, all a girl need is to have full attention of the guy she loves and she also want him to love her back like she does. However if someone continues to be so called “bad guy”, then, like you said she will marry someone else. So the point is that, your “Bad guy” doesn’t have the girl. And I was talking about winning a woman and not losing her.

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      dashingscorpio 

      3 years ago

      Nothing works for (all) women.

      Ultimately the goal is to find someone who will love you for you.

      One of the major issues with the "infatuation phase' of relationships is both people tend to bend over backwards to impress one another early on in order to (win them over). Once there is an "emotional investment" they "relax" and reveal their "authentic selves"

      It's almost a cliché to hear someone say:

      "He/she is not the same person I fell in love with."

      Having said that it's important to acknowledge the age group women are in when seeking to attract them. A lot of young women in their late teens and 20s are still going through a "bad boy" phase.

      In order to attract a girl who is in her "bad boy" phase you'll want to do the complete opposite of everything listed in this hub. LOL!

      "We ignore those who adore us and adore those who ignore us."

      That seems to be their motto! You could stick that woman in a room with 5 guys and have four them get down on their knees extending their hearts out towards her while the "5th guy" sits in a corner sipping on a cocktail acting like she does not exist.

      That's the guy she will want to get to know! Swear to God!

      You'll always want to be "5th" guy.

      She'll see him as being a "mystery" or "challenge" and feel the need to prove to herself that she can get him. The "bad boy" makes her (earn) his attention and affection. He keeps her guessing about how he feels. Her insecurity makes her bend over backwards. If she knows other women want him it just increases his value in her eyes. She wants to WIN!

      The "bad boy" is usually well schooled in the art of pleasing women in bed. He's also elusive and unpredictable. She never knows when or if he'll call her.

      Contrary to everything she says she wants from a man she continues to pursue a guy who offers her none of those things! Nice guys sit on the sidelines cannot figure out why these women chase after jerks!

      After a series of heartbreaks most of these women decided to settle down with a "nice guy". It's a (practical decision) which usually takes place when they're in their late 20s or early 30s. Mind you she will never be "all in" with the (nice guy) the way she was with the "bad boy". Right now it's (her) turn to be treated well and worshiped!

      She'll "learn to love him". She's probably read Lori Gottlieb's book.

      "Marry Him: The Case for Settling for Mr. Good Enough"

      You're not her "first choice" but you'll be happy she finally chose you!

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