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What are some strategies for making the first move when approaching a guy?

Answer from our relationship expert:

Making the first move when approaching a guy can be nerve-wracking, but it's important to remember that confidence and authenticity are key. Start by finding common ground or shared interests to initiate a conversation, and then gradually transition into expressing your intentions or interest in getting to know him better. Be direct and clear about your intentions, but also be respectful and considerate of his boundaries and comfort level. Pay attention to his body language and verbal cues, and be prepared to adjust your approach accordingly. Remember that rejection is a natural part of dating, and it's okay if things don't go as planned. By being confident, respectful, and authentic, you can increase your chances of making a positive impression and forming a meaningful connection.

Making the first move when approaching a guy requires confidence, authenticity, and respect for his boundaries. Find common ground or shared interests to initiate a conversation, and then gradually transition into expressing your intentions or interest in getting to know him better. Pay attention to his body language and verbal cues, and be prepared to adjust your approach accordingly. Remember that rejection is a natural part of dating, and it's okay if things don't go as planned. By being confident, respectful, and authentic, you can increase your chances of making a positive impression and forming a meaningful connection.

References. 

Psychology Today - Mastering the Art of the First Move

Updated: 

April 17, 2024

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