10 best ways to attract women
Attraction Switches are a Load of Crap Reason 2:
The experience women want changes day-by-day, and even moment-by-moment
Answer this: when you woke up this morning, did you crave the exact same thing for breakfast as you did for lunch?
Of course you didn’t.
Why? Because people change. All the time. Every day.
And that means that the experience they’re attracted to changes also.
The party girl who wants to taste freedom might see her ex-boyfriend making out with another girl and all of a sudden desire to feel significant and important
The book worm who craves connection might get her fill and All a sudden desire to do something exciting and outlandish
The cougar who desires to feel appreciated and important might find her sense of significance and then crave an adventure
Women (just like guys) change. Their thoughts change, their feelings change, and their desires change.
You can’t just follow one set script and process to attract women because even if all women did desire the identical experience at one point in time, that desire is going to change. And when that want changes, what they are attract to will change.
But that’s not all. There is one more point you need to know about attraction switches
There’s no one exact set of resources or switches you can use to attract any woman because every woman is different.
Every single one.
Different women want different experiences at different times of the day and to give them the experience they want (and have them attracted to you because of it), you can’t just follow a script or a prescribed set of actions.
Play an instrument.
Just be certain it is not the drums. Nobody wants to date the drummer. We’re kidding, of course. Or are we? The only scientific evidence we could come up with is a 2014 article published in the journal Psychology of Music.
The method of the study “Men’s music ability and attractiveness to women in a real-life courtship context” reads a lot like the script of a poor internet “prank” video.
Researchers planted a young (presumably handsome) guy in the street. He asked out 300 random women. In fact, he did this three times. The first time, he was empty handed. The second time he held a sports bag. The third time, he hauled around a guitar case.
Guess which accessory scored the guy the most phone numbers? Yep, it was the guitar. Scientists have yet to repeat the study with a guy carrying drumsticks, but anecdotal evidence suggests that the results would differ.