A few dating tips for teens, being a teen usually means you're starting up in the dating world.
As teens in the dating world, we all have certain limitations. For for some it could be school work, not having a car, having a curfew or worse: the girl you’re spending time with has a curfew! Who knows?
It changes from person to person, but considering all those different variables – here come some good dating tips for teens.
Everything I talk about on this website applies. High school girls respond to the same things older girls do, except you might be more involved with the status issues and silly dramas going on in high school.
So let’s make this point clear - any guy can get any girl. Get over the ideas of having to have a certain status, as long as you are a chill and cool guy you can have any girl you want, there's really no epic effort required.
Being genuinely cool and confident will get you ANYWHERE you want, not only with girls but also in life. If you're looking for good dating tips for teens, that’s basically the first and most important tip you’ll find.
Always remember that your ultimate goal is to become a more fun, cool, social person.
those things as you grow more and more each year, in the long run it
will fix any problems you might have with girls. You'll start becoming
the guy all girls want. Those are basically the most important dating tips for teens.
Let's get practical, so you ask a girl out, what do you do next?
Find places to go:
Depending on your city or town find some nice chill places. Pay attention to the girl and your mood; you might find it easier to hookup at a random house party or at a nice chill place depending on who you’re with and your mood.
Don’t be afraid to move things forward as you wish:
If you’re a beginner, you want to get experienced as soon as possible(Hey! I'm not telling you to be a creep), this means becoming comfortable with moving things forward and knowing how to confidently escalate. Doing something enough times makes you competent at it.
Don’t get intimidated by roles such as popularity, looks and money:
That stuff is irrelevant. Girls don’t feel deep attraction for those things. They might logically be good catches and qualities to be attracted to, but girls respond strongly to emotions, not logic.
However, some girls might be intimidated by those things themselves. There's a lot of insecure but popular girls out there. Just trust me on this one, if you're a cool and confident then your chances with ANY girl are pretty high.
Work on your confidence and your uniqueness, these two are extremely important, there’s an article on becoming popular in this site and popularity is frequently looked at as a bad thing.
The way popularity is usually showcased doesn’t make it look good, and it really isn’t important for your happiness – happiness really comes from within.
However popularity is not a bad thing, and the easiest way to achieve it is by being confident and unique, even if you don’t become popular (which you shouldn’t even be worrying about) it builds your character.
Work the numbers:
Come one guys, the Disney story of one guy and one that girl destined to be together should be left for when you’re older. If you’re thinking about that particular girl right now, give it a try. If it works, good, if not.. NEXT.
Don’t waste precious high school time obsessing over one person. It is NOT worth it. Following the same logic, maintain several love interests to naturally keep yourself from getting obsessed or getting too interested before the time is right.
Some final pieces of advice on Social Networking:
I know facebook, twitter and other social networking sites play a huge role on dating nowadays, especially in high school.
Don't do the typical stalking on other people who you like, hey - we've all done it, but at least don’t make it noticeable, never mention knowing stuff you’re not supposed to know.
Don't add cute girls you don’t know on facebook unless you can pull it off, if you're just meeting someone don't add them the next day after meeting them, that's usually bad unless she's massively interested stay away from being a needy chump on a social networking site. If she's cute she probably already has a lot of those.
Keep it cool and real!
If you think you can pull it off then go for adding the random cutie on facebook. If you've seen her a couple times and she's shown some signs of attraction and you haven't had a chance to go talk to her, then it's usually not a good idea to go add her even though it could work (I've pulled it off a few times).
Just keep it un-creepy and un-cool!
With the understanding of those basic dating tips for teens you’ll be macking the high school hallways in no time.
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