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How to get a girlfriend

Updated February 21, 2017

Step 1

Know what type of girl you're looking for. Make a list of traits that appeal to you, such as intelligence, looks, ambition, sense of humor, or respect for other people's feelings.

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Step 2

Resolve old hurts and disappointments. Make sure you're ready for a new relationship by setting aside any grievances about old girlfriends.

Step 3

Attract the type of girl you're looking for by emphasizing your best features and downplaying undesirable traits. Make the most of what you have, both physically and mentally.

Step 4

Learn how to make a girl feel good about herself by taking an interest in her life and her aspirations.

Step 5

Consider any unattached girls at your school or work. Do any of them match the qualities that you want in a girlfriend?

Step 6

Get involved in activities that you enjoy to give yourself the chance to meet new girls. Expand your horizons and your circle of friends.

Step 7

If you have your eye on a certain girl, let mutual friends know about your interest in her. Ask someone you trust to discreetly tell her about your interest.

Step 8

If you don't have the nerve to directly approach a girl who has caught your eye, consider being her secret admirer for a while. Send her sweet, anonymous messages or notes (with a few subtle clues about your identity) to let her know about your interest in her.

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Tips

  • Love can surface in unexpected places and at unexpected times. Keep your eyes open for the right girl for you.

Warnings

  • Don't settle for anybody just so you can say you have a girlfriend. Be selective to find the right girl for you.

Things You'll Need

  • Cologne
  • Flowers
  • Pencils Or Pens
  • Breath Fresheners
  • Pads Of Paper
  • Greeting Cards

About the Author

This article was created by a professional writer and edited by experienced copy editors, both qualified members of the Demand Media Studios community. All articles go through an editorial process that includes subject matter guidelines, plagiarism review, fact-checking, and other steps in an effort to provide reliable information.

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