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Unattractive Traits You Are Unconscious Of

When you’re online dating on Asian Date or any dating website, you always want to put your best foot forward because you want to make a good first impression. It’s the same when you meet a person offline or in real life for the first time, you want to minimize your unattractive traits.

Unattractive Traits You Should Become Aware Of

However, we tend to have characteristics that make us unattractive. It’s natural to have these unattractive traits, of course, because no one is perfect. But, what you don’t want is for you to show these qualities off without being aware of them. Check this list of traits that may be showing off unconsciously when you’re online dating.

Being Self-Absorbed

A good rule to remember when you’re chatting with someone online is to make way for the other person to tell their story. When you’re self-absorbed, you tend to focus more on yourself. The tendency is for you to talk more about yourself, not allowing the other person to get a word in. That’s counterproductive, don’t you think? How can you get to know the other person when all you’re talking about is your life?

Prioritizing Appearances

Let’s admit that the initial trigger for someone to chat with another person when they are online dating is good looks. That’s how chats or online dating messages are initiated, but, in the long run, if you focus too much only on the outer appearance, you won’t make that much of a connection. This trait is unattractive because it makes people think that you’re superficial.

You’re Bossy

This trait can be a bit difficult to identify, but here’s a good way of telling. Answer this question: who has the last say about whatever? Is it you or your online date? For example, when you want to chat online again, who decides when the next meeting’s going to be? If you find yourself making most of the decisions, you could be showing off an unattractive trait without even knowing it. There shouldn’t be any pressure when you are online dating especially when you’re at a stage where you’re only getting to know each other and no commitments have been agreed upon. Take it easy!

Dishonesty

This is probably the most unattractive trait that many online daters have identified. Let’s say you’re on Asian Date and you want to impress all the Asian women that come across your profile. So, you decide to make something up – a career, status, or a whole lifestyle. Remember that your white lies will catch up to you eventually. It’s pretty hard to sustain these kinds of white lies when you’ve been talking to someone online for a while. Think long and hard about whether you have these traits or not or how much you show them. Be honest with yourself and start with the process of making yourself better and more self-aware.

Bonus Tip: Even though this girl above maybe looks pretty and attractive, her smell wouldn’t be so appealing after smoking that cigar. So loose that nasty habit if you have it, your whole body will thank you, and you will most probably have more success with ladies.

For more of Asian Date’s online dating tips, check out more posts on our blog.

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Flirting Rules Asian Women Want You To Know

Do you know what most men forget when it comes to wooing Asian women? They forget to do it with respect. Winning women over is not easy to do, which may cause men who have been rejected to act out. But don’t forget that, rejection or not, respect should be your top priority. And to keep navigation as simple as possible we’ve prepared some flirting rules for you to follow.

Most Important Flirting Rules When Interacting With Asian Women

Now, this brings us to facts that a majority of men should be reminded of. Take note of these flirting rules because they might just earn you an Asian date.

Negging Does Not Work

Rule #1: do not neg. If you don’t know what negging is, it’s when a man says a backhanded compliment about a woman to make her think that she needs to impress the man. It’s sneaky, isn’t it? This pickup technique may work with non-Asian girls, but Asian women will just be annoyed, or, worse, offended.

What to do instead: Pay her a real compliment which has the better chance of making an impression.

Try Not To Bother Her In Public

If it’s evident that an Asian woman looks busy, looks like she’s doing something crucial, or looks like she doesn’t want to be bothered, you shouldn’t even approach her with your cheesy pickup lines.

What to do instead: Say hello when she’s not busy anymore – simple!

Do Not Insist When She’s Rejected You

You need to be the perfect gentleman who can still maintain his confidence when faced with rejection. Not all Asian women will respond positively, so you have to be ready. Do not insist on continuing when the Asian lady has already said no.

What to do instead: Smile and just walk away.

Believe us when we say that if an Asian woman is impressed with your pickup techniques, she will respond positively. Be respectful, be confident, and accept it when you are faced with rejection, and these are the basic flirting rules. There are a lot more tips for Asian women on our blog so make sure that you check out more of our posts.

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How to Flirt: Making an Emotional Connection

Whenever you flirt or chat with a date (either online or in person), it’s always important not to “interview” your match by asking too many consecutive questions. Instead, you should try to lead the conversation in a direction that will make the emotional connection between the two of you.

The Best Technique For Better Emotional Connection

There’s a simple technique for better connecting with a prospective partner on an emotional level: respond to the emotional content of what they say, rather than the factual content.

For example, if your match says: “I went skydiving once.”

An example of a fact-based response would be: “Cool. My friend is a professional skydiver.”

An example of an emotion-based response would be: “That’s great. I like when people are adventurous enough to step outside their everyday comfort zone. How did you feel right after you jumped?”

When your match tells you something about herself, she communicates both factual content (i.e. that she went skydiving) and emotional content (i.e. she is adventurous and loves fun). If you respond with a fact about yourself (especially one that “one-ups” her story), it won’t make her feel like you are connecting. If you acknowledge that she is trying to share an emotion and lead the conversation in that direction, the two of you will build a much deeper connection.

People can often get this wrong. When we speak to each other, competition is natural. It connects people to each other and establishes power relationships. But when couples do it to each other, it feels cold and disconnected.

Take a look at the following statements someone may write to you. What’s the fact-based response you could give? What’s the better, emotion-based response you could give?

Example 1: “I traveled all by myself once to Spain for two weeks.”

Example 2: “The last book I read was a novel about a woman who is torn between two men.”

Example 3: “My mother always tells me that I’m too impatient, and if I’m more patient I will get more of what I want.”

Practice this technique and you’ll find that your conversations leave both of you feeling more connected.

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Four Online Dating Myths (And Why They’re Wrong)

Even though online dating has been around for essentially two decades now, it still seems mysterious to some. We’re here to debunk four myths about online dating that, for whatever reason, some people still believe.

Online Dating Myths You Should Forget About

1. Everyone lies in their online dating profile.

Some people are hesitant to make connections with others they’ve met online, as they’ve been warned time and time again that everyone on online dating sites chooses misleading profile pictures, exaggerates their best qualities and hides their worst ones. While it’s inevitable that some people are less than honest, it’s a much smaller percentage of the online dating population than many would have you believe. Most people are looking to establish a genuine connection, and they realize they need to be honest to do so.

2. Online dating is only a means to in-person dating.

Traditional thinking dictates that after a few conversations with someone online, you either need to meet with them in person or give up on them. Modern online daters, however, know that this logic is far from true. Many online daters get great pleasure from the feelings of camaraderie and connection that you can get just from maintaining an online relationship. It’s often more than enough.

3. People only resort to online dating after striking out offline.

“If you’re looking for women on the internet,” the thinking goes, “it must be because you couldn’t find someone in real life.” Obviously, this reasoning has several flaws. Online dating offers a wider dating pool, profiles full of information on romantic prospects, and the means to chat with lots of ladies at once. Compared to all these efficiencies, many daters simply don’t find in-person dating to be worth the time investment.

4. Online daters only care about physical appearance.

Well, maybe this stereotype applies to people both online and offline. But, if anything, online daters have proven themselves to be less superficial than their in-person counterparts. Imagine going out to a bar: You have no basis other than physical appearance to go off of when deciding if you want to start a conversation with someone. Online, you have a page full of information to read through to help evaluate potential matches.

While some people still believe these stereotypes, more and more are recognizing the legitimacy of online dating as they, and people they know, begin to find romantic success on the web.

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