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How Should You Address Your Crush

Updated on May 25, 2020

First of all, there is no way around it. If you want to get to know a woman, you have to address her. Because she won't do it. If she finds you attractive, she will only send you a few signals. In order to recognize them, you have to be particularly careful.

The best thing to do is to speak to all the women you like. Nobody can show a 100% success rate. But those who appeal to more women will also have more success - as banal as this may sound.

Yes, I know, it may not be that easy for you to address women. Not yet! Because you can overcome your response anxiety. How? - There is only one way: address women!

To do this, start slowly. If you have a very high level of response, start by greeting someone else - no matter who. You will notice how you become more relaxed when dealing with people. If you feel comfortable with it, you can also address the prettier women.

Have a conversation with a woman

Many men are much more concerned about how to proceed than just speaking.Because again it is your job to start a conversation with the woman and to lead it.You can prepare a little bit for it. For example, think about questions and small stories that you can tell. However, most of the topics for discussion happen out of the situation.So be careful about what's happening around you and listen carefully. If things go well, she'll tell you something to connect with and then you will tell her something to connect with. And you already have an interesting conversation

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Arrange a date

You are having a conversation with a woman. You enjoy it and the chemistry seems to be right. If you want to get to know this woman further, you must not forget this step: arrange a date with her.

The best thing is if you can manage to spend some time with her on the spot. That means if, for example, you immediately invite them to a coffee to continue the conversation, or if you ask them at the mall to help you find a suitable outfit for a specific occasion.But if you want to see the woman again in the future, then you have to arrange a meeting with her.

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ask her out for a cup of coffee | Source

Get her phone number

Now you may be wondering why this step comes after the "arrange a date" step and not before.

Well, the simple reason is that it's easy to get a woman's phone number if you've already talked about another meeting. It doesn't have to be a fixed date, it's enough if you just talked about an activity that you could do together.

For example, she mentioned that she has a dog, and because you have one, it makes sense to go to the park with the dogs. So that this can also happen, you must of course exchange your numbers.

Did you not find a suitable moment in the conversation to propose a meeting? Do not worry. Ask her for her phone number anyway. She cannot say more than "no". If you don't ask them, you'll be in the same place as before. So what is the use of not asking for the phone number? If you ask her, there is at least a chance that she'll give you the number.

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In Conclusions

In unfortunate circumstances, she may not so much be into you and on the off chance that you sense this, then its time to back off. Compelling her will just make you look creepier. At last, all the above points mentioned are amazing, yet the most significant of everything is your self-confidence. Girls sniff out the type of person you are, and if you seem like you don’t have the balls enough to impress her, she’s gonna turn you down!

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2020 KSHITIJ ANAND

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