How to text menHow should you text men?

This question keeps popping up, and it’s interesting, because one wrong text can almost end a relationship. I’ve seen it happen so many times. Don’t worry though. If you follow this little texting tip you’ll not only end up with a date, but also connecting with men on a much deeper level.

So, let’s imagine you’ve just met a man. It doesn’t matter where you meet. It could be online, at a grocery store, or even in a bar. Later that day, he sends you a text. “Hey I had a great time meeting you. It was lovely to talk.”

Maybe he sends a random sounding message, but you felt a spark when you met him so you give him the benefit of the doubt. Maybe he’s just not a very good texter. So how do you respond? What’s the best way to text a man?

Very simply, you text him in the exact way you’d speak to him if he was right in front of you. It’s so important you do this, because guys are just as bad as women when it comes to over-analyzing everything. Guys will worry about when to text you, what to say to you, whether to ask you on a date. So all you need to do is respond to his texts quickly, and in the exact same way you would if he was with you. Don’t give one-word answers ever. They drive me nuts, and they come across as so rude, even if you don’t mean them that way.

I’ll give you an example of what I mean. I was texting a woman back and forth. I asked her what inspires her, and she says, “Daybreak.”

So I said, “I guess you’re an early morning riser then?”

She said, “Yes.”

I asked her, “How does the early riser spend her day?”

She says, “Meditation. Art. Maybe some prayer.”

I asked her to tell me about the art she liked, and again I got a plain one-word answer back. She’s a horrific texter. She’s giving short, snappy answers, and not asking me anything about myself. In the end that just leads to boring conversation, where the man will start to lose interest. When you’re texting someone, ask them what they’re doing. Respond to a question properly. Don’t give one-word answers, and make sure you ask questions back. Pretend the guy is standing right in front of you.

How would you respond to them if you were in a restaurant or coffee shop together?

Pretend it’s a real conversation. I always prefer picking up the phone and actually talking to a woman one to one. It’s so much better when you can hear someone’s tone and expression. But if you’re going to text, make sure you make it a proper conversation. If you do that, guess what’s going to happen?

You’re going to find out more about the guy, you’re going to connect with him on a far deeper level, and the chances are he’ll feel comfortable enough with you to ask you out on that date!

Get it?