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How to Talk to Girls

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Published on Jun 28, 2011

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If you're like a lot of guys, you might stumble a bit when talking to girls. But you don't have to.

Step 1: Listen to her
Actively listen when you're talking to a girl and focus on what's important to her.

Step 2: Ask questions
Ask questions that show you're interested. Ask her to expand on something she told you about herself.

Tip
Maintain eye contact when you're talking to show you're interested in her.

Step 3: Ask open-ended questions
Ask open-ended questions that might have simple answers, but might also allow you to strike up a conversation.

Tip
Avoid questions that have "yes" or "no" answers. You don't want to play 20 questions.

Step 4: Be confident
Act confidently, but don't be cocky. Body language says a lot about confidence, so stand up straight and practice good posture.

Step 5: Talk clearly with strength
Speak clearly and with authority. This doesn't mean you should talk like a police officer, but make sure she hears you and can tell you believe what you're saying. Be direct and to the point.

Tip
Showing passion about things you care about is good, but don't overdo it.

Step 6: Keep the conversation light
Keep the conversation light while you're getting to know her. Avoid controversial topics, like religion and politics, and sad or profound topics, like death. Start on a lighter note. You want her to remember you fondly, not as a potential threat.

Step 7: Be yourself
Be yourself. That's who you want her to like.

Did You Know?
Did You Know? A study found that of 114 Americans who had been romantically rejected in the eight weeks prior to the study, 40 percent were clinically depressed.

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