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The Ultimate Guide To Talking To Girls

The Ultimate Guide To Talking To Girls

Do you suddenly find yourself with a stutter when you want to talk to a girl you like? Does it seem like the words you say don’t flow with the conversation going on in your head?Is it becoming increasingly hard to put yourself out there because you know the conversation will just go haywire?Has this made your dating life almost non-existent? If this is you, then it means you don’t know how to talk to girls!

How on earth will you eventually get into a relationship if you don’t know how to talk to a girl?No need to worry, because I will be sharing with you the beginner’s guide on how to talk to a girl!

How to begin

Talking to a girl you like or would love to know more about can seem quite daunting, especially if you aren’t used to doing so, or if you’ve been out of the dating scene for some time, but it is a lot easier than you can imagine.

The number one thing you must know when you want to talk to a girl is that girls can smell corny pick-up lines and pre-rehearsed lines from a mile away. You don’t want to end a conversation before it starts by using the same old pick-up lines.

What to consider

1. Consider the scenario you and her are meeting.
2. Start a conversation on neutral grounds such as the event, or the music, or the décor.
3. Make sure it is something akin to the environment you are in with her.

It will help your conversation be more comfortable, exciting, and engaging for the girl to pay attention to because it is familiar. As the conversation progresses to more personal talk, don’t make the conversation about you.

No one wants to listen to someone else drones on and on about themselves or their jobs, so be careful that when the conversation becomes more personal, you don’t make it about you. Listen to her and find out more about the person you are speaking to.

Make use of open-ended questions

Another tip to consider when talking to a girl is to ask open-ended questions. That is, avoid questions that just require a yes or no answer to avoid your conversation becoming awkward. No girl wants to feel like they are being drilled and asking yes or no questions makes it seem so.

Using open-ended questions that need explaining to answer helps the conversation flow as it should. When talking to a girl, you can start with more open topics such as culture, hobbies, and experiences.

Be confident

The next thing to do when you want to talk to a girl is to be confident in yourself. Girls will brush you off once they see that you aren’t confident. Don’t be cocky, but be confident in yourself and your worth. It will certainly get her attention, and you can start a conversation once you have her attention. No one wants someone who isn’t confident in themselves.

Make your intentions clear

When you want to talk to a girl, be clear and direct about your intentions. You don’t want to be too forward by asking immediately because it might come off as creepy because she doesn’t know you. So as the conversation flows, don’t stall. Be intentional about knowing her more by asking her on a date or request for her number to talk more extensively with her.

If you aren’t direct or intentional about how you feel about her, there’s an 80% chance that you will be in the friend zone soon enough. Let her know that you’ve enjoyed speaking with her and that you are attracted to her, and you would like to get to know her better to avoid being kicked off to the friend zone.

Take things slowly, but make sure that she knows that you are intentional about her and taking things further.

Your body language counts

When you are reaching out to talk to a girl, your body language is important. According to a study, women rated a guy as hot based on how he presented himself when he came into a room. Or how he looked and carried himself.

Girls pay a lot of attention to how a guy carries himself- so you want to give off the right body language when you’re approaching a girl. Have you noticed that in some social settings, some girls are enthusiastic about sharing a conversation with a particular guy they just met. Most times it’s because he has an air of confidence. That’s what body language does.

A killer outfit sums it up

If you want to throw in something extra in addition to body language, make sure your outfit is appropriate to approach a girl. Dressing up and smelling great boosts your confidence. It gets the girl you are trying to talk with more interested in what you have to say because you look good and smell even better.


With all of these tips on how to talk to girls, you will be able to speak to a girl you like without blustering through the conversation. Also, it’s good to bear in mind that sometimes you may get rejected. I want you to know that it isn’t because you are a terrible person; it is simply that she is not just attracted to you, and that is okay.

Talking to a girl may not come easily to everyone, but it is something you can improve. It is certainly something you can improve on, and I hope that you do by employing these helpful tips.

If you are looking to put some of these tips into practice and find a girl you like, you can get your ticket for this online dating event that I’m hosting right HERE. Who says that you have to find that girl you like at a bar? It just could be on here. Plus you get to put some of these tips on how to talk to a girl into practice, and we all know, practice makes perfect!


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