How to tell if a woman is really into you, if you really have chemistry and should continue seeing her, and what it means when on some dates she gives you the cheek and on others she kisses you on the lips.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who has been on three dates with the same woman. At the end of the first date she gave him the cheek when he went to kiss her. On the second date when things were going well, he went for a kiss and even though she seemed surprised, she kissed him back. They even made out during the cab ride home.
On the third date things seemed forced and she did not make as much eye contact or seem as engaged with him as she was on the second date. She once again gave him the cheek at the end of the third date. Even though she texted him right after she got home saying she had a great time, he’s a little perplexed that things don’t really seem to be progressing romantically.
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“True chemistry between a man and a woman grows and gets better over time. Talking is easy and effortless due to sharing common values, goals and interests. Those who have true romantic interest will be innately and consistently curious about you. Those who do not will be bored, the conversation will seem forced and one sided, and they will often make you feel like they are trying to get away or escape from you. Don’t confuse someones’ politeness for interest. Don’t project your high interest onto another and ignore the fact they are not reciprocating. Have the strength to walk away when others don’t see your value so you can meet someone who does.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne