You might not ever walk up to a woman and say, "Hey you're stunning. Absolutely beautiful.. Too bad you wouldn't like me because I'm not good enough for you."
But that might be exactly how you're acting around women and by doing so, you're disqualifying yourself to her before she even has a chance to feel attracted to you.
These are the subtle ones which could be stopping you from creating ATTRACTION. These mistakes are within your total control so it's best you learn to recognize that you're doing them so you can get right to avoiding them.
When you first meet a girl and you start interacting (within the context of you're both single and looking) many things start to happen.
You want to know if she's someone you'd like to get to know better because you're attracted to her. Likewise you're trying to figure out if she likes you in some way.
She also wants to see or learn if she can or will feel attracted to you and wants to know if you are also feeling something for her.
The back-and-forth dance of qualification and disqualification begins almost immediately on sight and furthers along as you talk and communicate with each other.
During which time you're also qualifying each other for a possible longer term relationship. You're trying to build a unique connection and similar thoughts and feelings you both can share.
And at each of those "stages" it becomes all too easy to disqualify yourself to her without even knowing you're doing it.
These all too common mistakes are mostly unseen from your point of view and they have little to do with the tests she's giving you...
They have everything to do with HOW you subtly communicate things about yourself, your body language, the manner or way in which you speak, and the eye contact you're using which again - means you DO HAVE CONTROL over them.
Here are some common things to avoid which may be disqualifying yourself to women.
#1. Lack of good eye contact or looking down often when you talk to her.
Soft confident eye contact is very important so you want to avoid "submissive" looking down with your head and eyes too much.
Don't go all creepy on her and stare down her eyes like you're sizing her up. It's okay to look away and notice things around you.
You just want to avoid not making any real eye confident.
Lack of the right contact tells her you have little confidence and that you're all too submissive.
#2. Staring at her mouth constantly when she talks.
This one is strange but I've done some experiments myself and when done wrong seems to creep women out.
It's almost like you're sizing her up for a kiss which is great if you're actually going for the kiss, but doing it too early and too much can easily get you disqualified quickly.
#3. Asking too many random questions nervously with no purpose to them.
Talking to women is not like talking to some dude you know IF you want to create attraction and not disqualify yourself.
Don't just randomly jump from topic to topic.
Avoid steering the conversations in places where it seems like you're just trying to figure out if she likes you or would sleep with you.
Most women see right through it and assume you have very little experience with the opposite sex.
It also feel intrusive and sneaky. It feels dishonest and passive.
Here's an slightly helpful article here at DiaLteG™ to show you how talking to women is different than talking to another and how you can use this technique to create attraction:
"Most men will talk at a woman with random thoughts. Men tend to speak in random circles.
That works in the man world."
#4. Over-complimenting with your words or your eyes.
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This is the first lesson of chapter ten - Qualifications - How To Find The Right Woman For You & Avoid Rejection.
Most men believe they get rejected or are pre-judged and not given any chance at all - but there are many times when actually disqualify themselves before even giving them self a chance.
This page will help you see the little mistakes you're making so you can avoid disqualifying yourself.
A nasty circle happens when you disqualify yourself to a woman before she even has a chance to do it herself; you start (or continue) to take rejection personal - and when that happens it's becomes almost second nature to believe you're not good enough for a woman.
And the circle continues on and on.
You or I may not be the greatest catch in the world but that's not why you're not "getting your fair share" or why you might not feel "good enough" thus disqualifying yourself all too easily.
Women do NOT want a perfect guy. You do not want the perfect woman.
Avoid the mistakes - form a belief in yourself - and allow attraction to happen.