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The Few Steps of Flirting Theres language in her eye her check her lip Nay her foot speaks her wanton spirits look out at every joint and motive of her body William Shakespeare Are you the kind of person that always looks at someone intriguing but never approaches to talk to them Do you feel like you dont know how to start the conversation Well here are a few steps to help you get the ball rolling Flirting is a social intercourse and a friendly conversation with an extra ingredient It is an honest and charming way to get to know other people You learn to increase your social activity sharpen your communication skills and build self-confidence You may not know it but somewhere in you there is a flirt You have to first discover your flirting technique Flirting is meant to be a positive thing in your life If you are a self-centered flirt you talk too much about yourself and all of your experiences You want to make the other person feel comfortable and welcome You should let them get to know you at an interesting pace Itll make the relationship and conversation much more interesting For example dont tell them all of you most embarrassing childhood memories in one night Also remember to let the other person talk about themselves You also want to get to know them If you are an obsessed flirt you flood the other person with compliments and try to show off Remember to be yourself Dont waste your time trying to be someone you arent Maybe you are the Rejected flirt Do you feel like you always get the answer No Dealing with failure and expecting it are two different things If you go into flirting with a cloud over your head thats how you are going to come out Remember you want to meet a lot of people so dont always expect something negative Not
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