There are many different subjects taught in schools but the area of dating and relationships is not one of them. Most of us guys were never actually "taught" about how to interact with a woman that we're attracted to. We learned nothing about how to make a relationship work once we found a girl or woman we really liked. Either way, it's a new era and the lessons in this Modern Dating Basics are designed to help you build a solid foundation for success when it comes to better understanding women, dating and relationships in today's modern-day society.
When you first meet someone and begin to get to know them, for whatever reason, we sometimes immediately focus on the things that turn us off. You hear it all the time: “Oh, that’s a “red flag”, “Man, didn’t you see the signs?” Doesn’t it seem more appealing to look for the things we like as opposed to the things we dislike? It’s so easy to find negative attributes in a person. Why is that? I’ll tell you. Because that little voice inside you head. The one that belongs to the unseen person who’s job it is to protect you is looking for ways to keep you out of trouble. Looking for signs of anything that resembles a negative relationship that you had a while back and if this new person shows any signs of what that old person has…Red Light!
Now, of course it’s not fair to this new person but, unfortunately or fortunately, that’s how that inner unseen person works. They keep you safe or at least, that’s what they are programmed to do. Physical attractive is easy. They know what you like so you’ll get a Green Light to at least go over and start a conversation with this new woman. Then, as soon as the conversation begins, they start looking for those Red Lights; Does she talk too much? Why does she do that thing with her hand? Her voice is a bit squeaky, right? Any signs of anything that triggers a negative reminder, you’re ready to cut and run…fast. It can cause you to never give a new person a chance. So how do you control it? How do you get that inner voice to not be so damn loud that you wind up alone for a long time because you’re just too “picky”?
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