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How To Flirt With Women

January 02, 2012 By: Bill Preston Category: How To Flirt With A Woman

Flirting is an important part of every communication process with a woman.

Like you can’t NOT communicate because you are a social being, you can’t NOT flirt when you want to attract and impress a woman. However, the question how to flirt with women seems to be one of the most complicated for a man.

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Flirting is an art. But it is an art that can be learned.

First of all you should understand what is flirting. It is a special type of communication between a man and a woman which is non-physical but sensual and sexual. The aim of flirting is to attract the person of the opposite sex with help of verbal communication and body language. The key words here are sexual and sensual. It is not an average talk about the weather.

Flirting is about giving signals and reading signals. Just talking is not enough. You should learn to notice signals and interpret them in the right way. At the same time you should make sure you are sending the right signals and they are interpreted correctly, or it can end up as a disaster.

Flirting involves a certain degree of intimacy which, however, does not step over the boundaries set by the society.

You should carefully consider what you are saying and what you are doing if you don’t want to be misunderstood or even accused of sexual harassment.

Below you will find 5 tips how to flirt with women.

1. Understand the Nature of Flirting

First of all remember that flirting is a game, and as a game it has rules. Play by them and you won’t lose. Of course, it will take time to learn the rules. What to say and what not to say? When to say it? When to smile? When not to smile? When to keep eye contact? When break it? Should you wink? Can you stare? These are only a few questions what will come to your mind when you are a novice in the field of flirting. But the only thing that you actually should remember is that flirting is a game. Just keep it playful and don’t break the rules, the rest will follow.

2. Be funny

Women like men who can make them laugh. Your task is pretty much simple here: make her laugh. It might seem complicated at first sight, though. But if it does refer to tip #1 – it is all just a game, keep it playful, simple and be at your very best.

Remember that being funny does not mean acting like a clown or being rude and arrogant.

Be natural, tease her, tell jokes. Making her smile is the first step to winning her.

3. Physical Contact is Important

Remember how we said that flirting is about being sensual and sexual. Establishing physical contact can contribute in a great way to successful flirting. But remember that those should be casual touches, nothing too intruding or nothing that could be interpreted in the wrong way.

4. Show Her She is Important

While it is just a game remember that every woman wants to be important. Your task is to make her feel this way with you. Don’t stare at other women no matter how hot they are. Drop compliments every now and then.

Listen to her. Laugh at her jokes.

Make her feel comfortable with you.

5. Don’t Forget about Eye-Contact

Eye-contact is an important part of every communication process. You can’t forget about it when it comes to flirting. However, you should always remember about cultural differences. What is appropriate in western society can be misunderstood in Asian or Arabic countries; and you will get into troubles. Still, the right use of eye-contact in flirting is the art you definitely should learn.

These are a few tips of how to flirt women. It is important to remember that women want to see a reliable, confident, funny, attractive men near themselves. You can be all that and more. All you have to do is to focus on what you really want and remain natural. Don’t act and pretend to be someone else. A woman you flirt with most probably won’t want someone else, else she would be flirting with someone else, wouldn’t she?

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