I swear to God, relationship related topics are like conversational crack for most women.
And if there’s one thing that women love more than hearing relationship stories, it’s coming up with solutions to relationship problems.
It’s this conversational effort that a woman commits that will help you find commonalities between the two of you to create rapport, and help you discover unique things about her that you can show genuine attraction towards; both crucial ingredients if you are to escalate the interaction towards a romantic or sexual outcome.
So in today’s article, I want to share six conversational topics that I think are more effective than others when it comes to interacting with and attracting women. You’re not going to have a woman baring her soul to you and sharing her hopes, dreams and deepest fears with you from the get-go.
If I could spend a day just talking to any one person, it would be …
If I could spend 24 hours doing anything in the world with you, it would be …
In fact, I’m pretty sure that every single guy on this planet has had at least a handful of “what the hell do I say now? Men feel anxious before approaching a woman because they are afraid of an awkward silence, even more than of a potential rejection.
” moments while talking to a woman that they’re interested in. When you’re trying to attract a woman you are interested in, any conversations that you have with her are like little games of poker.
Ask her for two songs from her favorite band that she thinks you should listen to and ask her what those two songs mean to her.
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