How to Make the Right Move/behaviour and approach


What does it tell about a girl if she looks and makes eye contact with almost every guy? also how to approach her, she is mostly with her mother

Hi goldenguy!  Nice name!

Well, it probably means she is interested in guys, and so heterosexual!  Haha.

In all seriousness, though, eye contact is a form of communication.  They are a means of conveying information.  We often pay the most attention to the eyes to understand what another person may be thinking or feeling.  Generally, when eye contact occurs between two different sexes, it expresses interest or attraction.  Whether or not we intend it to, exchanged eye contact elicits strong emotions in both people.  When used well, it can be an effective form of flirting.

Also, the way to approach her when she is with her mom is to approach her.  Seriously, that's it.  Girls have moms and sometimes they hang out with them.  Just approach her as you would if she were alone, but acknowledge the mom, be polite and friendly to them both, and don't talk about anything too dirty.

Hope that helps, and good luck!

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I can teach you that there is no "right" move. It's more in HOW you do it, not WHAT you do. If you're interested in pick up lines or tricks, forget it. But if you want to know what the difference is between the men who get rejected and the men who don't, I can answer your questions. I can teach you about body language, attitude and how to respond to any kind of rejection you might face (or are afraid you might face). Approaching is one of the most difficult aspects of communication, so having difficulty in this area is perfectly normal. Let me help you out.


My life as a single guy, learning how to approach and get dates from women. I was never into one night stands or seduction; I spent a lot of timing just learning how to approach, communicate and set up dates. Read a variety of books on the subject (Double Your Dating, Attraction Isn't a Choice, The Game, etc.) and had a bit of experience myself before settling down. Currently conducting "approach" research to learn more.

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