How Dating Momentum Can Increase Your Odds of Love
Momentum is something most easily visualized in professional sports. You see a team that’s behind in a game start to chip away at their opponent’s lead. They seemingly do everything right, and you can feel the tide turning. Next thing you know, your team has completed a massive comeback, as all of the energy shifted in their favor. It’s an intangible phenomenon that just tends to naturally happen, but it’s also something you can harness to help your relationship move to the next level during the early stages of dating. Learn to understand how dating momentum can increase your odds of love. This can be the difference between your flavor of the week and your future wife.
Three Ways to Create Dating Momentum
Dating is entirely based on momentum. From first contact to saying vows in front of friends and family, the couple has generated momentum to continue their propulsion towards marriage. Unsurprisingly, the best way to keep the momentum is to communicate and always make future plans together.
Some of the greatest pickup artists in the world preach three things:
- Always ensure a future means of contact
- Plan the next date while you’re on the current date
- Ask lots of questions and create multiple lines of simultaneous conversation
Doing these simple things create momentum in your growth as a couple. It begins to feel fluent and natural, which is exactly how a good relationship should feel. You get to know each other a bit more intimately, and you generate comfort faster. Sure, lots of factors can interrupt momentum, but if you’re seriously interested the onus is on you to keep things moving forward.
Really See It Through
Studying for exams, having a work trip or vacation planned, or talking with other ladies should not sabotage the great potential relationship you’ve begun. Don’t let these factors determine your fate with your potential future wife. If you’re truly interested in pursuing her, put the other girls on hold. Keeping them around can only hurt your chances of developing something special with the one you’ve got your eyes on.
While you’re away, check in with her, send her funny (or sexual) messages, and make a game plan for when your commitments will end. Try video chatting with her, or sending her pictures of your trip to stay connected. Generally, a successful strategy is to have something fun planned with her for when you return home. Arranging for her to pick you up at the airport helps her feel like she’s part of the experience. The anticipation of the next “date” will increase the sexual tension and ultimately create a more passionate next date.
Communication Generates Dating Momentum
The key here is to show effort, and continue communication. If you let too much time pass, you open yourself up to a few damaging factors:
- Another man gets her attention
- She believes your connection isn’t as strong as she initially thought
- You lose momentum and other things start to take priority in her life
Note that this only applies in the early stages of dating. Once you’ve established yourselves as an exclusive couple, most of this is irrelevant. It’s super important to consider these factors during the courting stage, where momentum is paramount.
In today’s dating world, she can meet the “next guy” while sitting on the can at 6am swiping through her Tinder feed. The more that passes without the relationship evolving, the lower the odds are that it ever reaches the next level. If you start to notice the progress stalling, try to give it a jump start by planning a fun, exciting date. If nothing changes after this, move on, because your connection has fizzled.
Harness momentum and things will fall into place, developing a rhythm with your new girlfriend. It won’t ever feel rushed or forced, and there won’t be much need for serious conversations like exclusivity, sex, meeting family/friends, etc. Imagine it being like a snowball rolling down a hill, getting bigger with each rotation. Enjoy the ride!
⁃ Your Big Bro
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