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approaches this girl using similar techniques as david deangelo from double your dating.
Double Your Dating by David De Angelo is one of those books that offer a lot of good information about dating and relationship that you should have read by now (or at least heard of) if you been learning how to attract the women of your dreams. wrote this book based on his experience and years of research on how to get good with women.
Lissa's post: "First of all, the majority of the regular members here are women.
Maybe Double Your Dating works with brainless skanks who just want a one night stand, but it doesn't work with women with any intelligence or sense of self-worth. Contrary to what you say and believe, the type of guy I wanted is the kind who isn't so insecure that he has to read a manual to "get chicks." The type of guy who doesn't want to "get chicks" or "double his dating", but to have a real relationship with a real woman. I just described my husband." Serendipity's post: "The reason I worry about it?
Therefore, you clearly don't know what works with women.
Treat her with utter respect, and always treat her like a princess) The title of thread was "About various dating books". The women here will tell you that David Deangelo's crap doesn't work.
David Deangelo's book explains some of the reasons why you wouldn't be...
If you know what I’m talking about, give me a silent nod here.” One of the major drawbacks of this literature is that after reading it, it is easy to assume that simply being cocky and funny with women will allow men to sleep with them.
Also, his ideas of number closing and simply asking her out on a date and maintaining the relationship may sound extremely AFC for most PUAs.
Actually, this deals a lot more on improving your personality and attitudes towards women that will help you attract more women and to double your dating.
David De Angelo made waves on the internet when he first launched Double Your Dating (DYD) in 2001. He is able to convey the message very clearly to his readers.