Dating a girl who already has a boyfriend
If she mentions her boyfriend more than once, or if she brings him up directly (e.g., “Stop trying to kiss me. However, if you're not sure if she actually has a boyfriend, do NOT start trying to figure out if she really has a boyfriend or not. And if you show that you’re still hung up on this boyfriend thing, she’ll lose attraction. If you want to go for a girl with a boyfriend, that’s up to you.
I have a boyfriend.”), then you’ve got to acknowledge it. Don’t worry – eventually her status will become obvious. I know I’m going to get some hate mail for this, but it’s a fact of life and female psychology that most attractive women nearly always have at least one man playing a boyfriend-type role in her life at any given time. In other words – if she says she has a boyfriend, it doesn’t matter if it’s true or not.
This shows her that you are used to how hot women act , that this isn’t your first rodeo, and that you’re not intimidated.
If she actually has a boyfriend, she’ll bring him up again. [Continue conversation] Wait for her to laugh or playfully hit your arm or whatever and then carry on with a new thread.
Even some of the best dating coaches in the world, guys I (mistakenly) used to look up to, will go out of their way to hunt down and destroy a relationship when they know a girl has a boyfriend. It’s one thing if the girl doesn’t tell you she’s dating anyone (that can’t be helped), but some guys will go for a girl when they know she has a boyfriend she lives with, or even a husband!
The right answer when a girl has a boyfriend is to stop pursuing her sexually.
If you meet a girl with a boyfriend, MOVE ONFeel free to be friends with her if you want, assuming she’s cool and you actually want to be platonic friends with her.
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Some women say they have a boyfriend because it makes them feel – or come across to others – as desirable and popular.
If you put the time in or get good coaching, meeting someone amazing isn’t actually that hard.
There are literally millions and millions of smart, fun, beautiful people in the world.