a variety of reasons why women walk away from a conversation. Could be
they’re bored. Could be they’re feeling uncomfortable. Could be they
don’t think you like them or that you’re making fun of them too much or
too hard. Could be their friends are pressuring them to go.
But whatever the reason, it’s in your best interest NOT to let them
leave. They eject, leave, and walk away, and chances are you will never
see them again. So yes, you can let them go, and tell yourself, “Well,
I didn’t like that girl all that much anyway,” or, “No worries, there
are plenty of fish in the sea.”
OR, you can put up a fight, and do what needs to be done to get her
to stay. A guy who’s even somewhat seasoned can use the extra two,
five, or ten minutes he gets from stopping an ejecting girl to turn
things around, get her investing more, and get her feeling differently
about him than she was before. If you do things right, you can correct
all kinds of issues.
That’s what this post is about. Stopping women from ejecting.
Getting them to stay. Giving yourself that second chance after you’ve
messed things up because hey, we all do. Nobody shoots a hole-in-one
every time he tees off.
So, that said, here are some tools you can use to stop them in their
tracks and get them sticking around. Keep in mind that stopping them
from leaving and getting them to stay is, in fact, getting a pretty big
chunk of compliance out of them too, which does all kinds of good
things for your cause. Let’s take a look.