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Dating tips for guys
by John A. Roberts

For many guys, dating a women is like crossing a mind field. You have to step across enemy lines (which is everything that can go bad), to get to the other side (which is happiness). However, one step in the wrong direction, and boom, it's all over. Here are some tips that can save you from the big boom!

If she say's she's not interested, she means it. There are a few exceptions. If you run into a women who naturally play hard to get, then this rule doesn't apply. But if she's a normal girl, no means no.

Don't insult her. Don't ask her out by saying, "I would love to take you out and show off that amazing body of yours". Women want you to like them for who they are and not because of their body.

Compliments go a long way. Find something you like about her and give her a compliment. Be honest and genuine. If you love her freckles or her ankles, tell her so.

Don't mention other girls or talk badly about your ex. If you ramble on about another women, consider your date over. It's as simple as that.

Don't make her pay. Even if she wants to pay, don't let her.

Be a gentleman. Women love guys who open doors, help them with their coats, and pull their chair out for them.

Be on time. Show her you really like her by showing up on time. Women hate to sit around and wait. If you're running late, call her and let her know.

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