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By: David De Angelo, Author of "Double Your Dating" 10/23/2008 Dating Tips Home / Online Dating Home / Opposite Sex Channel Ever wonder want REALLY makes a woman attracted to a man?
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Anyway my question: You suggest that a date should simply be 'tea & stimulating conversation', which for all of the reasons you give makes perfect sense to me.
But once I've done the tea & conversation with this girl, do you have any suggestions for other dates where I can come across as the 'lover' instead of the 'provider'. Now, I call my material “Double Your Dating”, but what I DON'T mean is “take women out to dinner twice as much as you used to”.
The only one where I wouldn't end up having to shell out (buy her stuff) that I can think of is a walk along the river or something, but that's rather dependent on the weather. - AIB, London, UK MY COMMENTS: Yeah, well you're welcome for the “changing your life” thing. Now, you're kind of mixing up a couple of concepts that I never intended to “depend” on one another... The word “Dating” is simply a word that all of us guys understand to mean as “romantic interactions with women”. But if you want to have more romantic interactions with women, that does NOT mean that you need to “take women out on dates” in order to do it. I mean, what do couples do a year after they get together...?
If you want to know where to take a woman for dates, that shouldn't be confused with whether or not you come across as a “lover” personality, and not a “provider” personality to her. They stay home most of the time, do normal things like go shopping, and generally behave like they did before they met.
This whole “going out to dinner” ritual is really an amazing concept. and how guys really believe that they need to do it (or similar things) in order to get a woman's attention in a romantic way.