There are habits that we all have, some deeply ingrained and some not, but it is obvious that there are some habits which will make things easier for you to meet women while others will make it more difficult. Now if you want to know which habits will make it easier to meet women, they won’t make it easier to score. Each woman needs to be judged on her own merits and treated accordingly so even if we were to give a list of ways to score, you would still need to make little adjustments along the way.
The same is true when it comes to finding ways to meet women. These tips will help make it easier to meet women along the way whether you’re looking for an extramarital affair or even just a friend a with benefits, but they’re not failsafe and anyone who tells you they’ve got a failsafe way to do anything is probably just trying to sell you snake oil.
Still, there are ways to make the process easier so let’s get going!
1) Learn how to read the signs. This will help you to stop wasting your time and also ensure that you don’t come off as a creep. If you’re talking to a woman on the subway or somewhere random and she seems hesitant about talking to you, don’t push too hard. No when to cut your losses and walk away. The last thing that you want to do is make anyone uncomfortable and if the woman wants to talk to you she’ll find ways to keep the conversation going. Don’t become a creep just because you’re attracted to someone. Your attraction doesn’t mean that they’re going to find you attractive in return or welcome the attention.
2) When you go out to meet women go out during the middle of the week rather than the weekends. Not only will this be easier to explain away to your spouse, it’s just a really good idea in the long run. Women who are at bars on the weekend have their walls up full force even if they’re looking to meet men. The reason is probably because they’ve meet a lot of creeps like we described in tip 1 who can’t read the signals and know when they’re bothering someone. You’ll have a much easier time meeting someone in a casual situation on a weekday than on a weekend.
3) If they’re busy with their phone, reading a book, talking to someone else or look otherwise occupied then they probably don’t want to talk to you. Don’t make a habit of barging in.
4) Be more social. Whether this means joining clubs or taking classes, you want to make sure that you’re expanding your horizons. Women and people in general are much more likely to open up to people they know through classes or what are considered to be safe spaces. If you approach someone on the bus and try to start up a conversation, you’re a stranger who could be intruding in on their space, but if you share a class together the likelihood that they know you and feel more comfortable around you is much greater. It also gives you something in common that you can talk about before branching off into other areas of conversation.