You want your dating partners to like you, obviously, but you don’t need to think badly about yourself if they don’t.Even if they reject you outright, who really cares?The fact that you’re worried about how to act suggest to me that your brain is more focused on what the woman might want from you rather than what you might want from the woman.And if I have stated it correctly there, I think that is part of the problem because that is exactly backwards from how it should be.The conversation you have isn’t otherwise all that different than what you might have with a female friend.There isn’t anything special you have to do, and to the extent that you try to be someone you aren’t you’ll likely turn women off because you won’t be at ease.
As one male writer put it, “We don’t want high schoolers going after middle schoolers or dads going after their daughters’ friends.” Norms vary by culture, but the French came up with the rule that a man should divide his age in half and add seven to get the youngest appropriate age he might date. In addition, his income is climbing rapidly, which increases his MMV, or marital market value.You also are saying here that you don’t know how to act around women.Really – you act around them like you would if you weren’t trying to get them into bed, except that you act just a little nicer, and you take them to a nicer place.As women go out into the working world, they do find a more diverse set of approaches to meeting and dating men, with better odds:1. Online dating offers a traditional dating model, though its success among women in their early 20s is mixed, as many are reluctant to go with the “blind date” approach so quickly. They now have access to men of a wider range of ages.This last item represents a significant opportunity for women in their early 20s, who are near their own reproductive peak.