i would like to know how to shapen my VERBAL skills
Visitor's Question from a 41-50 year old Male
i am meeting girls online. i would like to know how to shapen my VERBAL skills in what to say what not to say, what to ask what not ask, how to get their attention the most, how to let them know i am truly interested and want to go deeper further wihtout scarying or pushing them away, how to keep them coming back for more and increase their attraction to me? i want to learn these tips from purely verbal skils.
i am serious,
My first suggestion is to not call "women" "girls."
Use your best grammar, spelling, sentence structure, and style.
Judge your use of verbal skills to general match hers so she doesn't feel outclassed. Write sincerely and avoid making too many jokes because they are subject to misinterpretation (after you know someone a while you can increase the joking).
Be yourself, if you try to artificially change your natural style you will come across as insincere.
Talk about her instead of yourself. Be sure to ask her how she is doing at the very first part of the conversation.
Think of something nice to say when you say goodnight as she will remember that well.
Unless she does otherwise, use standard English spelling and punctuation. For example capitalize the word "I" and review what you have written for typos and other types of errors. Unless she does otherwise, don't use the teenage codes like B4 2 luv W/E (whatever) etc.
Don't ever pick on her writing skills. Use capital rarely for emphasis.
If you worry too much about your verbal skills, it will inhibit you and make you dry up. So, as I said before, be yourself.
-- from George
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