Today I want to talk about a touchy subject.
The subject of TRUST.
Namely: Should you ever trust what a woman tells you?
Now, we all know that people lie. Both men and women do it. I’m willing to bet you’ve told a lie at some time in your life too.
So everyone lies. Yet, we are inclined to trust people, aren’t we? So lying can’t be a trust killer (at least, if the lie is a small one anyway).
But despite that, know this one simple fact:
Now, obviously I can’t get into all the lies that a woman will tell you in this little email. But I can focus on one certain aspect of female untruthfulness that will relate directly to you and your success with women.
And the tragedy about this particular field of fibbing is that WOMEN ON ADULTFRIENEDFINDER DON’T KNOW THEY’RE LYING WHEN THEY DO IT!
Strange, but true.
What I’m talking about here is when a woman tells you what she finds attractive in a man.
We’ve all been there before. There’s a girl we like, and we try to do our homework to find out what she likes in a guy. Inevitably, we hear things like:
-“I like tall guys.”
-“I like guys with blond hair.”
-“I like guys with big muscles.”
-“I like confident guys.”
The list goes on, and on, and on…
Yet, no matter what, we will always see the exact same woman who just told us what she likes in guys go for a man who is THE EXACT OPPOSITE OF WHAT SHE TOLD YOU SHE FINDS ATTRACTIVE.
And we’re left scratching our heads, wondering why she’d go for a guy who isn’t anything remotely like the kind of guy she described to us.
The answer is because: THEY LIED!
But the thing to remember is, she didn’t KNOW she was lying when she said it!
Let me elaborate.
See, it’s true that women are attracted to the qualities they list. Let’s take height for instance. Let’s say a woman tells you she finds tall men attractive, and you feel like she’d never go for you because you’re 5″2 on a good day.
Next thing you know, you see her dating a guy who makes “mini-me” look like King Kong, and you get upset because you took yourself out of the game based on something she told you she liked!
But the truth is, it’s not that she likes guys who are physically tall. It’s that she likes the way she feels when she’s WITH a guy who’s physically tall.
Maybe her father is a tall man and tall men make her feel safe. Who knows why it’s the case? But she gravitates to the tall men because instinctively, that’s who she associates the feeling of safety with.
Now, does that mean she flat out lied when she said she liked tall guys?
Does that mean you should trust her when she says “I only like tall guys?”
If you learn one thing from these newsletters I send to you, never, ever, ever, EVER take what a woman says about what she finds attractive seriously.
Always look at what lies beneath her words and find the meaning behind them.
That will let you know what she REALLY responds to!
So let’s say there’s a girl you like who says she only likes guys with long hair, and you happen to be balding.
Now, does this mean if you get a long mane of golden locks stapled to your head, you can get with this girl?
Or is she telling you that she values youthfulness and wildness in a man?
Because you’d have a much better chance of being fun and outrageous with a girl like that than you would by dunking your head in rogaine every day.
There are exceptions to every rule, and you need to be confident and aware of yourself and what kind of woman you want if you want to really have some great success in love.
One way you can start this is by checking out my book “The Art Of Approaching.”
No other manual out there will help give you the tactics you need to focus on your goals and achieve the type of success with women you really want.
If you haven’t read my book already, what are you waiting for? Go here now to check it out:
The Art Of Approaching
You’ll be glad you did!
Wishing you success with women,
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