Dear Emolit Family,
I hope this day bids you well. Are you okay today? If there’s something on your mind that’s bothering you, whoever you are out there, feel free to reach out to me (TSP@TheStormyPoet.com). I’ve touched on the topic of most men having no idea how to successfully approach a woman they have romantic interests in (https://goo.gl/2BeAee).
You see a lot of dating gurus and pick-up artists giving advice on how to use different tricks to psychologically encourage and sometimes pressure women into giving you their numbers. In my humble opinion, a lot of them complicate methods that don’t need to nor have to be complicated. Women are human beings, not some kind of computer you have to hack in order to get them interested in you.
Since there’s a plethora of convoluted information and straight up misinformation out there, I wanted to give 6 simple tips on how to approach a woman in a way that is not only effective but, most importantly, in a way that let’s a woman know you’re interested but that makes her feel respected and safe.
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