What To Do If A Sexy Woman Makes Fun Of You?
By John Alanis
Every now and then I'll get an email from a guy telling me how a sexy woman made fun of him, and that now he's afraid to talk to women because they might make fun of him. Or, I'll hear from a guy who's unhappy in his relationship because his wife or girlfriend makes fun of him.
What should you do if a sexy woman makes fun of you? The answer might surprise you, because a woman making fun of you can actually be a good thing, not a crushing blow to your confidence... IF you understand it for what it is.
First off, I'll tell you a little secret about myself. Sexy women make fun of me all the time. Yep, every single day they have something to say, something that makes fun of me. And you know what? I like it! Why? Because it gives me an opportunity to 1) let her know that whatever she says about me bothers me not in the least and 2) poke fun back at her to the point where we're both having a good time.
When you develop a strong, attractive self image, there's nothing anyone can say that's going to impact you in any way. Who cares if a woman has something negative to say about you--when you can create attraction on demand, there's always plenty of sexy women with good things to say.
Also, understand this: when a sexy woman "makes fun" of you, it's simply a test to see how you'll respond. She's testing to see if your self image is strong enough to be made fun of, she's testing to see if you have a sense of humor that will make her laugh in return, and she's testing for authority in you to see if you can take it (and give it) without any impact on your emotional state whatsoever.
Most guys fail this test because they get pissed, or start to whine or take any other action that shows they have a weak self image. When you can easily pass it by making a naughty comment back, and poking fun at her (in a good spirited way) you'll create attraction for her most other guys can't.
So, if a woman makes fun of you, see it for what it is: an opportunity to create attraction. She wouldn't be talking to you if she at least didn't have some initial interest.
About The Author
John Alanis, "The King of Let 'em Come to You", is author of the "Women Approach You" system at http://www.womenapproachyou.com.
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