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becca wrote at 2010-12-07 18:02:16
hi richerd! see im a girl and not much younger than you, if you want a girl to like you you haveto make yourself avalable to her. make sure she knows youreinterseted but dont be over sexual a little flirtation would do good but you have to be kool about it. :3 and find out what kind of girl she is. if shes a shyer person try useing the weather or maby ask for some help in one of the 3 classe youve already talked to her so im sure she knows you but introduce yourself again say something along the lines of hi my name is rick or richerd and i was wondering if maby u under stand......if she does try to get a study date AT SCHOOL so she doesent have to worry about uncomphert and then just go with this until you are more confident :3 hope the best! beccca :D
Jean wrote at 2013-03-24 08:11:21
damn man that was really cool of you to that. not only did you help him but you helped me too. thanks man
Co-author of How to Introduce Yourself To A Woman (and seminar by the same name) and Meeting Women: The European Method. I have worked with thousands of men to meet the women they are most interested in.
For many men, approaching women is so stressful and so anxiety-inducing that very often they simply donít do it -- certainly not as often as they'd like.
The solutions are often surprisingly simple, usually requiring just a slight shift in perspective and a little technique.
I will answer most questions about meeting women but I concentrate on the initial approach phase because that seems to cause the most problems. Good Luck!
In addition to the two books (How to Introduce Yourself to a Woman and Meeting Women: The European Method), I've held several dozen seminars (in the U.S., the U.K. and Germany) on meeting and dating women. I have worked with over 10,000 men (directly or through my publications) in this area.
Education/Credentials Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering; Masters, Applied Game Theory, PhD (candidate), Empirical Psychology.