When it comes to persistence with women, there are two different scenarios guys usually fall into. The mentality of the guy who gets success is much different. If he doesn’t get the girl, he may feel bad for a short time, but overall he feels great because he is secure and centered in who he is.
There is the guy who keeps trying and the girl doesn’t respond or asks him to go away, and then there is the guy who keeps trying and gets the girl. The guy who doesn’t get results and is persistent is usually coming from the angle of wanting and needing the girl.
People go on and on about how romantic comedies have ruined dating and whatnot for women because it’s given them unrealistic expectations of what love should look and feel like. Only when a girl finds you cute or charming do those borderline obsessive gestures woo said girl.
Although this may be true, it’s also given some men the unrealistic idea that if they stare longingly at a woman, stand outside her bedroom window blasting a Peter Gabriel song out of a boom box, and/or call repeatedly-all despite the fact that she’s said, “No, thank you” to their advances-her mind might be changed. And if said girl finds you cute or charming, she’s probably not going to tell you she doesn’t want to date you.
He may might call her too frequently, not give her breathing room or be overly aggressive.
Hell, the last time a man whom I was attracted to asked me out on a date, I squealed loudly and jumped up and down after I hung up the phone.I'm wondering what people think of this concept of "confident persistence," Guys, do you think it works, has it worked for you?Girls, do you think it works, has it worked on you?The guy who isn’t getting the girl is generally less aware of signs.When the girl pushes him away, he feels bad and starts judging himself rather than reading what she actually means.