Women Want Some of This From Men!

It's Not About Muscles!

  • In some social settings women like the aggressive behavior in men who approach them with an "opening line" to talk with them.
  • There are fairly well-defined rules for how to do this successfully, and the risks are high for failing.
  • Researchers have identified a proven successful and safe technique.

Here are the secrets for safe aggressive behavior.

Prehistoric Mate Selection Was Not Romantic!

In the late 1700's the tactic for European men to compete for a specific desired woman became less aggressive and the "romantic" period began. Romance and the associated customs were a much more sensitive way for a man to let a woman know he valued her and desired her as a mate.

Females Are Attracted to Strong Males

Strong man holding woman.

Men still need to show their courage and aggression in ACCEPTABLE ways to impress women. In women's DNA is a preference for a strong mate who can protect her and her children. Most women unconsciously seek a male mate who is strong and aggressive in a controlled way. That is one reason why women are naturally attracted to men who have proven to be successful in some way.

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It takes a lot of aggressive courage for a man to approach a woman with an "opening line"!

Three emotionally powerful things are going on while doing this simple aggressive act that men are supposed to do bravely. Guys, here is some of what is going on that makes your knees weak and shaky:

The old brain (i.e. the limbic system) is what controls our bodily systems such as heart rate, perspiration, and breathing. As you approach a new woman who has the power to reject you, your limbic system will be running wild. But keep in mind that this approach and an opening line is an acceptable way today of peacefully demonstrating your male courage and aggression. Most women in Western cultures like that!

© Copyright 2015 by Lawrence Rodrigues, M.S., Director: EastWest Institute for Self-Understanding
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