Do you ever find yourself getting stuck in the friend zone? Maybe you walk up to a girl or chat her up in online, but the conversation always seems to fizzle out. Sound familiar?
I definitely feel you, and it honestly sucks! It sucks because you didn’t want to be her friend or have a conversation to nowhere, you wanted to be with her. Contrary to popular belief, there is a solution to your problem, and it is simpler than you think…
If you want to eliminate getting into the friend zone and boring conversations that lead nowhere, you have to FLIRT with her.
Flirting is something that is present in every single conversation when two people meet and show their liking for each other and you’ve likely seen it many times. Probably when you were younger, a girl you were playing with in the school yard stuck her tongue out at you and said, ‘Haha you can’t catch me’ or you maybe felt the inclination to playfully make fun of a girl you liked just to get her to react to you in an affectionate way.
Whatever the situation, flirting is not a new technique and is essentially part of the human courtship process (courtship means how humans meet socially and procreate).
With that being said, men and women create tension between themselves as a way to engage each other’s attentions and develop feelings of attraction, and without this tension, there is no build up to the possible ending (sex or relationship), which in turn makes us lose engagement and makes us appreciate the reward way less.
In general we like to get what we feel like we can’t have, and when you are flirting, you are essentially playing a fun game with each other signifying that there is possible interest, but you are not won over easily, so let’s see what you’ve got!
In the infographic below, a very straight forward explanation will be given on how to flirt, by basically explaining the 3 components that are present in effective flirting. It is important that you try these out in real life, and keep in mind that practice makes perfect, whether you are talking to girls in person, online, or both. Enjoy and feel free to share!