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HOW TO SEDUCE A MARRIED WOMAN
Older or married women know what they want in a relationship, and aren’t afraid to speak their minds. They’re confident, self-sufficient, and reach their sexual peak long after men their age have passed theirs. So, how do you seduce one of these irresistible women? Just follow these steps to find out.
Exude confidence. Older women like men who are confident. They want to feel that you are capable of dealing with the complexities of life without them needing to guide you. Projecting an air of self-assurance will take you a long way. Even if you’re not feeling confident when you approach an older woman, fake it until you make it.
When you first talk to an older woman, don’t start complimenting her right away, or you’ll sound like a little kid asking for candy. She won’t take you seriously if you do. Instead, use your confidence to impress her.
Get her attention. Remember, you’re approaching an older woman. She’s not going to put up with nonsense like you flaunting your car and checking out every babe that walks by. Try to show your keen interest in politics, world events, books, music—in short, things that make you more interesting in general.
If you haven’t accomplished a lot, talk about the things you want to do. Don’t focus on what you haven’t done, or she’ll get bored.
If you’re a lot younger, don’t talk about your friends or the things people “your age” do, or she may really feel an age gap. For example, if you’re at university and she’s in her thirties, don’t tell her about the keg stand you did the other night; instead, talk about your experiences studying overseas for a term in France.
Concentrate on her assets. Though you don’t have to overwhelm her with compliments, you should let her know what you like about her. Appreciate her for who she is. Is she funny? Laugh with her and tell her. Warm? Respond in kind—if she likes to touch you when she has a conversation, do the same and touch her back. Is she sexy? Let her know that her look really works for you.
Don’t make her age a factor at first. You don’t want her to think you like her just because she’s an older woman. Don’t say, “You’re beautiful for your age,” or you’ll sound stupid.
If she does mention her age, you can say, “I never would have guessed.”
If she ask you how old you think she is, always guess a few years younger. Don’t be too obvious about it. If she’s in her mid-thirties, don’t guess “twenty-three”; say “twenty-nine” instead.
Once you do start talking about her age, you can even ask how a woman her age got to be single, or how she’s kept so many men at bay. Just don’t make it sound too corny or put on.
Impress her with your independence. Older women appreciate men who are not needy and dependent. Being clingy may work for puppies, but not for you. Talk about the things you love to do for fun, your favorite sports, your favorite hobbies, or just the things you do or have done on your own to develop your character. If you’re always talking about your friends and family, then she may not think you’ve ever spent a moment alone and will be turned off.
Do you have a good career with a bright future? Let her know without showing off. Tell her what you do, and if she wants to know more, she’ll ask. However, don’t worry, even if you aren’t independent or career-wise, at least show that you have a passion for life and an optimistic outlook.
Ask her out. Don’t delay. Once you’ve charmed the woman and proven how mature and independent you are, just ask her out. Simply say, “I’ve loved talking to you, but I have to get going. Do you want to continue this conversation over food or drinks?” and ask for her phone number. Always play it cool; don’t seem desperate or too eager to see her again and don’t ask to see her the following night. Ask to see her the following week so she knows — or thinks — that you have a busy schedule.
There’s a difference between playing it cool and being a jerk. You should still smile, look her in the eyes, and give her a small complement when you ask her out.