How To Text Women We Like – 3 Guiding Principles
In my experience our pua text game should have a focus, and that focus should be to set up a time and location to meet up with her again.
In its simplest terms, the girl either likes us and wants to see us again or she doesn’t. So sending an abundance of clever or witty messages is unlikely to get her attracted to us if she isn’t already.
So here are my three guiding principles which I adhere to when texting a girl that I would like to see again.
How To Text Women We Like #1: Timing
We should send messages as-and-when we have time, according to OUR lifestyle and OUR schedule.
We teach on our dating coach courses that if we are busy when we get a message from her (we are at work for example), we shouldn’t drop everything so that we can reply immediately. Likewise, if we are free when she texts us there is nothing wrong with replying straight away.
This will naturally add variety and spontaneity to the timing of our messages, whilst also framing our relationship for long term success right from the outset.
How To Text Women We Like #2: Diversity
I’ve noticed that a lot of us will often ask too many questions when we are texting a girl that we like. It’s almost like we are desperate for her to reply to us.
We explain on our daygame courses that one way to combat this is to deliberately not ask a question during our text interaction. It conveys an incredible amount of confidence in simply replying to her message and not sending her a follow up question in an attempt to keep the interaction going.
In essence, by mixing up our text messages and including some short statements we are showing self-confidence and a lack of neediness, which is highly attractive and alluring.
How To Text Women We Like #3: Leadership
One of the key principles that we teach as part of our pua training courses focuses on avoiding answering her questions in a direct way. We’ve found that this applies just as much to text messaging as it does face-to-face.
So if she asks us where we are from, for example, we can reply with something like:
“It begins with an ‘S’… I’ll give you 3 guesses”
When we answer questions in this manner it’s a great and natural way of maintaining leadership, whilst also being fun, mysterious and engaging.
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