After years of helping women meet and attract quality men into committed relationships, here’s some of my best dating advice for women who want something that lasts…
1. Stop Chasing and Start Attracting
Games, manipulation and chasing are for little immature people who don’t mind if their relationship blows up weeks or months from now. The reason is because when you use that kind of stuff, the man is only attracted to the chase or the manipulation tactic… not YOU.
Instead, you need to focus on attracting a man with your feminine energy and polarity. This is the only thing that will make you irresistible to a man in a way that not only attracts him but also keeps him interested in you over the long run.
2. Take Time to Build the Foundation for a Healthy Relationship
Most women tend to jump into relationships before a man is ready for one. The overwhelming majority of the time, this ends in frustration.
You’ll end up missing red flags. You’ll think there’s more of a connection between the two of you than there really is. And you’ll come off as needy and desperate to the man you’re seeing.
Instead, focus on enjoying yourself and getting to know the guy. Otherwise, he’s likely to pull away and eventually disappear from you.
3. Let Go of Positive or Negative Emotions Towards Previous Lovers
As much as I hear women complain about emotionally unavailable men, YOU can actually be emotionally unavailable as well. If you’re still stuck on a relationship from your past, positive or negative, you won’t be open to really getting into a new relationship.
So even if a great guy does come around, you’ll either miss him or you’ll ruin things with him because your head and heart are somewhere else.
4. Lean Back and Allow Him to Take Charge of the Date
Unless he’s socially awkward or has feminine leanings, most men want to feel like they’re the man in your life. This simply means that if he wants to lead the experience of the date that you’re on, let him.
If he doesn’t feel like he can be the man in your life, he’ll just go find someone he can be that way around. So if you want him to look at you as someone he could be in with a long term, committed relationship, allow him to be masculine around you.
Allow him to take charge of the date. Allow him to pick where you go. And avoid vetoing his decisions unless you have a very legitimate objection to whatever he wants to do.
5. Be Playful and Light-Hearted
You can never talk your way into a man’s heart. You have to make him “feel it” for you. One of the most powerful ways to do that is through being playful and light-hearted.
You’re welcome to have opinions. But if you go into a date condemning and trying to convince a man that you’re right and he’s wrong, you’ll end up destroying things with him.
Instead, get into your heart. Have fun and be playful on date and you’re much more likely to make him feel emotionally connected to you.
6. Find Out if He Wants Something Long-term And Committed BEFORE You Get Physically Intimate With Him
I know it can be tempting to jump into bed with him when you feel a connection. However, I get email after email from women who are attempting to get a guy who has verbally stated he doesn’t want something serious asking me how to make him want something more serious.
Believe it or not, most men are truly up front about whether or not they want a relationship. And it is very rare that a woman will get a guy to go from being uninterested in a relationship to interested.
You’re much better off simply finding a guy who wants a relationship than you are trying to turn a guy into the type of man that you want him to be.
If you’re struggling to attract a quality man into a committed relationship, I’ve discovered there are only a few distinct barriers that stop a woman from attracting a quality man into a committed relationship.
If you’d like to know which one is stopping you, click here to take the quiz. It’s free and I’ll show you exactly what’s stopping you from meeting Mr. Right and what you need to do in order to overcome it.
Disclaimer: Results will vary, and you should not use this information as a substitute for help from a licensed professional. Good luck!