An amusement park offers a variety of attractions, rides and other events – all designed to make anyone feel an excited and happy. The full bright colors, rides that give you the power to fly – all built to unleash the child in you.
When you first go in, anticipation kicks in and there’s an immediate sensory overload. All your problems go away, reality’s out the window, and you immediately focus on the moment – right here, right now.
This trick that amusements parks play on you and your emotions can help you understand how to make her fall in love with you. What you need to do is understand it’s mechanics and what it does to that appeals to your brain and create that feeling of “fun” instantly.
Here are just a few of the “tricks” amusement parks use that you can leverage to create more connection and faster attraction with women.
Create A thrill
The exciting rides like a roller coaster where you’re thrown fast up in the air and it goes down just as fast is the kind of thing you need to make her excited and thrilled. That “fast and the furious” feeling has that effect of making anyone let go of any inhibitions they may have.
That sensation you get – knowing you could possibly die – will make her bond with you on a deep level. She’ll lean on you for support and time will slow down and it’d be just you and her. Enjoying the moment.
Like in the movie “The Notebook” where Noah Calhoun (Ryan Gosling), a working class boy, falls in love with Allie (Rachel McAdams) who’s an upper class girl. There was this part where Noah walked out in the middle of the road and laid down. He asked Allie to lay down with her. At first she said no, but, after awhile conceded and lays down beside him. It was a thrilling experience for her.
Are you having a difficult time understanding the girl you like?
Not able to connect with her? It’s as if she’s always misreading your good intentions, when all you want to do is to make her happy.
Check out the article I found. It was written by a woman for men going through this confusing situation. Take a look and see if the tips listed can help ease some of your fears…
- Carlos Xuma
Title: 23 Foolproof Relationship Tips and Advice for Men
- By Alison Ricard
If there’s one thing I know about men, it’s how competitive they are.
I’m sure you’d agree.
You want to be the best in everything there is, be it your games, your work or your love life.
And that’s one of the things I love about men and their attitude towards life.
But then again, there’s one other really bad trait of men too, and this one, I absolutely hate!
It’s a man’s attitude to give up when he feels helpless.
Now all men aren’t the same, and every circumstance is different.
But when it comes to love, these traits are…
Here’s a great article I want to share with you. Pretty sure we all had those moments when we saw a woman we felt is “out of our league”.
The cool thing about this article is…it was written from the “hetero” perspective. That enough should give us a lot of insight.
Check this out and let me know what you think – comment!
- Carlos Xuma
Title: Why you should never think “She’s out of my league”
First, a note to the few self-proclaimed alpha-Males who clicked into this post simply because they can’t wait to swing their dicks around in the comments, touting whatever “system” they use to bed as many women as possible. Shut your pie holes. Here’s why:
- Believe it or not, there are plenty of guys out there whose ultimate life goals don’t include ejaculating as often as possible. This isn’t about that.
- Sometimes it’s not what you say, but how you say it. Those who say “Dude you just need to get confident and stop being a pussy” fail miserably in the delivery department when it comes to this topic.
Second, this is written from a heterosexual perspective, but plenty should carry over between the orientations. You certainly don’t have to be a straight male to fall into the “out of my league” trap.
Now, on with it.
#1. It doesn’t do you or her any…
If you’re with a woman you love so much that you’d “do anything” for her, go to the moon and back, take a bullet for her – that sort of thing…
… And you’ve invested effort, time, money…but, still you feel incompetent and what you’re giving isn’t enough – you really need to think about the situation you’re in.
You might be in a toxic relationship
Ask yourself what you’re getting out of this partnership and be honest with your answer. If all you face is pain and agony, and it feels like your energy is sucked out of you every time you’re together… then consider that you’re probably in an unhealthy relationship.
Especially if your only argument for staying is the free and easy sex. (And even that ain’t so easy or free anymore…)
It’s time for you to think of the big picture and see if this is the kind of life you want for yourself. Imagine what you’re going through right now, then imagine a life where everything is fun, and positive.
IMAGINE: You’re laughing, you’re happy, and problems seem to disappear when she’s around. She makes you feel adequate, respected, and makes you want to be a better man.
Which situation would you rather be in?
She might not be the right woman for you..
Sometimes, we can be blinded so much by love that we don’t see the reality that’s right in front of us – maybe she’s not “THE ONE.”
Breakups are the hardest thing to experience, no matter who initiated it – you or her. It can – and will – turn your world upside down, triggered by fear, longing and sadness.
You’ll lose your motivation and excitement for a time. You’ll lose the drive and passion to be positive. All because you feel that intense emotional pain of loss and rejection…
Neuroimaging studies have found that being rejected, even by a stranger, activates many of the same regions in the brain as when experiencing physical pain.
As human beings, we are extremely sensitive to rejection — especially forms of social rejection. We have a strong motivation to seek approval and acceptance.
So, why does breaking up hurt so much?
Think back to how you got together. Those wonderful moments of loving each other and enjoying each other’s company?
You’re together almost everyday, dependent and conscious of each other’s needs. You’re addicted to love and the benefits of having a stable partner…
When that all disappears, you feel lost because you actually lost something.
All of a sudden, there’s a huge shift…An enormous change.
In an instant, from “we”, it became “I”. You no longer have someone to be with. Now you’re all attending events on your own and facing the future alone.
This makes you incapable of doing your daily tasks that were never a problem in the past. Astudy conducted by Stony Brook University found out that the situation is indeed worse.
They compared the brains of people in love and those who’d recently lost it with the brains of drug addicts. And here’s what they found out:
“This brain imaging study of individuals who were still ‘in love’ with their rejecter supplies further evidence that the passion of ‘romantic love’ is a goal-oriented motivation state rather than a specific emotion
The researchers concluded, noting that brain imaging showed some similarities between romantic rejection and cocaine craving. The findings are consistent with the hypothesis that romantic love is a specific form of addiction.
The study also helps to explain “why feelings and behaviors related to romantic rejection are difficult to control” and why extreme behaviors associated with romantic rejection such as stalking, homicide, suicide, and clinical depression occur in cultures all over the world, the researchers wrote.”
For a man who’s wired from the beginning to show little emotion because it’s perceived as “un-manly,” this will be a much more challenging process.
So, how can you handle your breakup like a man?