When you are with a woman you like you guys are often teasing, competing, and horsing around in the early stages of flirting?
Often we let the woman win to make her feel good.
But this generous gesture help? When you playfully compete with women should you let them win?
The answer is a yes and no.
Until you have had sex with the woman you should never let her win. Once you guys are intimate, you should then let her win but not every time.
Here is why:
Women like strong men. In the early stages when you are teasing and playfully competing you need to win to establish your dominance. This increases the sexual tension and the desire in a woman’s body for you.
If you let her win, the sexual tension dies, and along with it dies your chances of getting her.
So to keep the spark and tension alive be dominant and superior to her.
Now, it is possible that she may be better than you in this case you still need to find a way to outcompete her.
I talk about this in my Attraction Bible Course. I often date women who are my instructors.
So in the early stages of dating, it is important to dominate and you will be rewarded for this.
Just make sure that your desire to win does not come across as a jackass who cannot accept defeat. It should come across as a man who playfully wants to dominate her or display his superiority.
Now when you compete with her, you should let her win a little more than half the time.
By doing so you display chivalry. You demonstrate that you like her enough that you do not care about competing with her or winning over her.
At this stage of the relationship, the woman needs to see and feel that you care for her and this action demonstrates that.
However, you cannot let her win all the time so she does not get used to and begin to feel superior to you.
She needs to know that she has you but she should still feel that she can be challenged by you. This keeps the spark in the relationship alive.
If you need more practical dating tips like this get the Attraction Bible Course.
Hope this helps and I’ll talk to you soon!