Like if someone approached you and asked you out, what would make you give them a chance as opposed to saying no?
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I think it depends on where you are in life. When I was younger, I had a few relationships but they were mostly the result of meeting through friends. After being dumped by my last boyfriend after being together for 5 months, I had a change of heart. I told myself I was just going to date date date all summer, meet a ton of people and committ to no one. Give myself some time just to have fun and learn how to get better at dating through practice. I met a guy out one night (thru a friend actually) but when out eyes first locked, we did not know that our friend was mutual. I was physically attracted to him but wasn't so sure about the personality. However, turning over a new leaf, I said yes. I went out with him, had a decent date and informed him that I was not looking for anything serious and just wanted to date around. Well, I never went on another date with any other guy. He was motivated, confident, and went after what he wanted. I simply could not resist him and 2 months later we were committed, one month later living together and 8 months in engaged. I guess I'm really monogamous, what can I say lol. However, I do believe if I hadn't met 'the one' on the first date of my dating excursion, I would have thoroughly enjoyed myself dating mulitple men for awhile. Point being, at that time I was open to dating just about anyone as long as there was a reasonable amount of attraction there. What would have made me say no to him . . . If he'd been cocky or mean, I don't have time for either of those. Oh yea, and the guy that dumped me came back 4 months later, after I was seeing my new guy. Sorry bout your luck chump! That was a very lengthy answer but I guess I'd wrap it up by saying, you will never get one answer to suit all ladies, on a question like this. Just be confident, kind (to her AND others) and go for it!0