If everything goes well and a woman’s attracted to you, setting a date to meet up is easy. If she isn’t attracted to you, setting dates can be tough. This article will show you how to set a date with a girl the right way.
If a woman is attracted to you and wants to see you, setting a date to meet in person is easy. Logistics, however, are a significant part of the seduction process.
Yet the importance of logistics is often overlooked. It doesn’t matter if a woman is attracted to you or not, if she can’t see you because you live too far away, or because your work schedule conflicts with her work schedule, it will be impossible to take the seduction to the next level.
Set a Date: First Dates
If you live relatively close to a woman, meeting up during a weekday evening is often the most convenient and least threatening time to meet up. In this situation, it’s always better to push for a date on a weekday evening, which comes with a natural time constraint built in, as opposed to a weekend date, which carries with it the weight of expectation. A woman’s weekend is often reserved for close friends and family.
If a woman lives far away, you’ll have no choice but to see her on the weekend. In this situation, there’s no point sending a woman a message early on in the week, trying to set a date for the weekend. Instead, you must give her time to think about you. If you’re too available, you become boring and predictable.
The unattractive man, in a moment of desperation, rushes to set a date, scaring the woman away in the process. The skilled seducer, on the other hand, isn’t afraid to wait and bide his time for the perfect moment. He understands that waiting will prime a woman and make her even more excited to see him.
After you’ve had one or two successful dates with a woman, don’t be in a rush to see her again too soon. Patience is a virtue. You must give a woman time to miss you. As a man, it’s natural to want immediate gratification. We want to have sex as fast as possible. We want love and affection straight away. In short, we want to have our cake and eat it. Nonetheless, if you rush the seduction process you’re telling a woman that you don’t have control over yourself and your emotions.
The seduction process is, in many ways, like going fishing. You hook a fish and the fish starts to struggle. The more the fish struggles, the more tired it gets. You now have an opportunity to land the fish, but you must be careful.
If you’re impatient at this point, there’s a good chance you’ll snap the line and the fish will get away. As you draw the fish closer, you must remember to occasionally let the line go slack and allow the fish to pull away from you.
Women are in many ways similar to fish. If you try to draw a woman in too soon, there’s a good chance you’ll scare her away. You must allow a woman to pull away from you, then come back when she’s ready. If you try to set a date too soon, you risk snapping the line and lose the woman forever.