Knowing what to say to a girl is not always easy. After all, all girls are different. Once you get to know her, it will become more obvious what she likes to hear. Until then, there are some standards that qualify as "the right things'' to say to girls. But first, make sure that you are being genuine in what you say.
Girls love compliments. Even the seemingly toughest girls love them. If you're uneasy about how to approach this, say something like, "I like that shirt" or "that colour looks great on you." If you want to be much more direct, tell her she looks beautiful or her hair looks great. Always use sensitive words instead of sexual words. For example, "You are beautiful" will earn you a lot more points than "You look hot!" Compliment her on things that other people might not. For example, if she is smart, then tell her! If she is really funny, let her know you've noticed.
The right romantic things come from the heart. If what you have to say is not genuine, it may come across as cheesy and contrived. Delve into your creative side and think. One example of this is giving her 11 real roses and one fake one. Tell her you will love her as long as at least one of the roses is in bloom. If you genuinely love her, she will love this. If you are just trying to sound romantic, she will see right through it. Remember, romance is not about sex.
Say sweet things. When you are getting to know her, tell her little things you notice about her that you like. For example, if she laughs a certain way or makes a certain face when something happens, say, "I love how you laugh when you think something is really funny" or "I like how you bite your lip when you are thinking." These are little things she may not even realise she does. Mentioning them means you are really noticing. Also, saying little things like "good morning'' and "good night'' when you are apart will mean volumes because it lets her know she is on your mind.
Arguments happen in all relationships, and while there is no right or wrong way to deal with these disagreements, there is one simple thing that can be done: apologise. Start by saying you are sorry. If she asks what you are sorry for, and you do not believe you were wrong, then apologise for upsetting her. Tell her that you do not like when she is sad and you apologise. This should end the argument, and if it does not, take solace in the fact that you did what you were supposed to. She will eventually come around when she has cooled off.
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