I was meeting the occasional girl, but I wasn't able to get anything off the ground.(I think they call this "failure to launch.") I went out all the time and hung out with my other guy friends who had really attractive girlfriends, but I was the pitiful "lonely guy" of the group that would hardly ever get a phone number or date.I had been learning songs on guitar for years, just by getting the sheet music and copying the notes, so why would this be any different? Lesson 1: Attraction is Not Something You're Taught. You just need to learn from someone that knows how to explain it right. But the funny thing about attraction is that it does work by predictable laws.First, it's not the same as just learning the "notes" on sheet music. You need someone who's been through all the same things you have. Next, I learned that as much as I'd wanted to MAKE women interested in me, it doesn't work that way. On the other hand, when I learned the right steps to build attraction naturally, I didn't have to do all that needy and insecure stuff I used to - which never worked, anyway. Learn the laws, and you understand the "hidden code..." And then you'll get more and more success.
Don't make it cruel, but tease like you would on the playground as a kid: "You're not bad looking ... I don't want to catch anything from you." By using the Dating Dynamics methods, you will flip her Trust switch in her head.And that it's something cool that you can see other guys do, but you'll never really "get it"?Some guys out there will tell you that you need to get your "inner game" of confidence and self-esteem all taken care of before you can meet women and get more dates.I call this the "back turn," and it's one of those experiences guys hate more than anything.You get that sick feeling of not just being ignored, but as well. Even though she didn't actually do it or say it out loud, you feel like she just laughed and called you a loser.