No lame pickup lines, and no asking you to do stupid things that warrant embarrassment. Clearing Common Misconceptions Myth #1 (as covered in Double Your Dating): Women are only interested in dating handsome, wealthy or powerful men.Just a real tool with real tips, pointers and skills that real people can use and expect success with. David De Angelo dispels this common misconception, and provides you with exact and specific directions on how to manufacture these attractive triggers into women’s minds and thus embed it as their impression of you.
What you have to do is to what is attractive to women, and then integrate it into your personality so that you can attract them like honey to bees.
From how and what to think of yourself, the things to say, the way to behave, how to even get started, how to know what to do next …David De Angelo shares a plethora of practical tips and secrets that help regular guys be more successful with women.
Thousands of people have published dating self-help books, but Pagan’s book spoke to a unique niche.
“Double Your Dating” is a self-help book for men who have a hard time meeting women.
Truth is, if you take to it by simply being yourself on dates or in public, it can actually repel girls and turn them off rather than make them interested in knowing more about you.
But no, I’m not advocating that you put on a persona or a façade different from who you really are, and then go around trying to attract girls.I can’t say the results were statistically significant, but decades later, I was shocked to find that a group of French researchers essentially repeated the exercise the book had suggested.And they did it in a controlled scientific manner, achieving results that were statistically significant.When I was in high school, the few times I gathered the courage to approach a girl, the experience felt like I was administering a multiple-choice test and she kept answering, “None of the above.” I had more or less resigned myself to the fact that a boy who spent his free time reading books on non-Euclidean geometry was not likely to be voted “big man on campus.” Then one day when I was in the library looking for a math book, I took a wrong turn and stumbled upon a work whose title went something like .I hadn’t realized people wrote instructional books on subjects like that.I was totally amazed first of all that I said anything like that, and second that it really worked. And mix nice BEHAVIOR with COCKY AND FUNNY COMMUNICATION. And what's the best way to get this "in depth" education?