Dating guy flirts other girls
You want to be giving off those super-hot, strong-woman vibes.
If you’re trying to be someone else, that won’t be happening.
Sure, you might get that date and, if you’re willing to keep up the pretense, even a relationship.
But acting like someone you’re not isn’t easy, and it’s also a complete waste of time.
Here are some tips for flirting: 1) Draw attention to your lips. Keep chapstick or lipgloss in your bag and get pouty. It can be easier to make your flirting really obvious, rather than worrying about whether you’re being subtle.
2) If you’re in a group of people, say hi while looking at everyone but him. Then include him in the conversation slightly later and it’ll make his day. “Accidentally” run into him in a crowd or at a party and laugh and say: “Oh, sorry – I become a total klutz around cute people”. So, if he offers you a drink, say something like “are you trying to take advantage of me? He’ll get the message you’re interested and you’ll have given him the opportunity to say something flirty back.
Take a pen and paper and, without giving yourself time to think about it, write down words that you think describe your innate good qualities. But it doesn’t hurt to take steps to help your confidence levels along. Instead, keep reminding yourself that confidence is a choice that you can make, and that the more confident you are, the hotter you’ll be.
You’re not alone, and the good news is that flirting is a skill that you can practice and get good at, just like anything else. And those nerves are more likely to kick in when you really like someone.
The killer here is that lack of flirting can come across as bad vibes.
If you love good food and wine, look for wine tastings and gourmet food events.
Top tip: If there’s someone you’ve set your sights on already, and you’re not sure if you have any shared interests, look for the common ground between you. You should never pretend you like doing something just because they do, but it doesn’t hurt to stretch yourself a little either.