If you’re talking to a woman that you either want to have sex with or start a relationship with, a natural question that will come up during the conversation is, “How old are you?” It seems like an innocent, basic question…and it is. Yet, how you answer it will either make her interest in you INCREASE or DECREASE.
For example: If a 23 year old woman asks a 35 year old guy, “How old are you?” and he seems insecure about the fact that he she is a lot younger than him and probably thinks that he’s too old for her, she will notice that based on how he answers the question. If she senses insecurity, she will press further by asking additional questions or making comments about his age to see how he reacts.
If he seems to be insecure about his age and his attractiveness to her, she will usually lose interest. Why? Simple. Almost all women (especially attractive women) try to avoid getting into relationships with guys who are going to become insecure about their attractiveness and value to her as the relationship continues.
If a woman has had some experience with relationships, she will know that an insecure guy will often become clingy, possessive and potentially even controlling after 6-12 months. So, if she senses that a guy she is talking to is insecure about his attractiveness to her, it can make her put her guard around him or simply lose interest and leave the interaction.
The thing is, unattractive women are usually fine with insecure guys because they often want a guy who doesn’t know his own value and as a result, feels like he can only get a woman like her. On the other hand, almost all attractive women want a confident boyfriend who will maintain confidence in his attractiveness and value to her as the relationship continues.
Why? Most attractive women know that a guy can easily feel confident in the early stages of a relationship when she is showing interest and they are falling for each other. That’s easy. Yet, if she then starts to test his confidence by pretending to lose interest, rejecting some of his affection or being a little distant, an insecure guy can start to clingy, jealous, controlling or even very mean towards her in some cases.
So, if a woman gets a sense that a guy has the capacity to become an insecure, clingy boyfriend, she will usually lose interest and want to leave the interaction. They could have been a great match, but he is just too insecure about his attractiveness for a woman like her. This is how it works with women. It’s all very subtle.
For example: You may have noticed how guys who good looking are able to get themselves a pretty girlfriend based on the subtle ways they attract women during conversations. To men looking on, they may wonder, “What the heck is she doing with him? Why does she like him?” because they can’t see the subtle attraction that is taking place as they talk.
The reality is that most men will never understand or use this power and as a result, they will go through their life thinking that they can’t attract pretty women. Men like that will usually either spend years trying to build up their career or muscles to hopefully be attractive enough one day, or they will avoid pretty women and remain alone, or settle for a woman that they aren’t sincerely attracted to.
You don’t have to put yourself through all that pain. You don’t have to waste your life away like that. You can literally learn how to attract women in HOURS and then, for the rest of your life, you will have that skill. You will have that power. You will enjoy your choice of women NOW, not in 5 years or never.
Attracting women as you talk to them is ridiculously easy to do and if you want to learn all of my best techniques that allowed me to enjoy my choice of women for over 10 years (before eventually settling down with my perfect girl when she was 20 and I was 35), then I recommend that you read my ebook The Flow or listen to the audiobook version, The Flow on Audio.
The Flow ebook: https://www.themodernman.com/blog/the-flow-ebook.html
The Flow on audio: https://www.themodernman.com/blog/the-flow-on-audio.html
I’ll see you in the next video! Cheers Dan