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HOW TO ATTRACT GIRLS Sometimes girls and boys seem to avoid the company of one another but finally everyone find something common in each other and fall in love at least once Actually You are just afraid of making serious relationship because You do not know what the girl thinks and feels about you In general the first time is always more complex The men are so confused about what women think about them that it can create some obsessions It can lower Your self-esteem Do not let it happen Despite of the difficulties it is exciting and anxious process It will be hard to get someones love In return You will feel like a bird flying everything will sing around and your heart will jump inside when You see that You have taken a liking to her How do You see that She will smile laugh after every your silly joke and hesitate to look into your eyes If she will not she is not fallen in love Lets imagine the calling to someone for the first date Probably you are nervous and afraid of her refusal Who makes the first step have to be brave and known that everybody have to do it some day You have to know the Estonian proverb The brave beginning is a half of victory For Your better feeling You may invent some reason for calling For example ask something about a homework but do not seem to her as a foolish First of all you have to insist in your mind that you are like every other boy Everyone have something interesting and attractive which can put the girls to lose their heads Perhaps You are funny speaker or good listener In the last case You have to give many questions to get her meet with You You have to realize your best sides of character and use them in calling Do not be selfish
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