She might be sending out all kinds of signals that she’s into us or not into us, or that she kind of likes the man but doesn’t like to kiss on the first date, but we’re too worried about impressing her to pick up on those subtle female signals.
Eventually, this leads to a man either lunging forward for a kiss, perhaps killing the mood of an otherwise successful date or creating a really uncomfortable scene when he finds out the woman isn’t into him, or it creates a series of hesitations and uncomfortable silences which can’t impress a woman, and might turn her off.
He is no scientist, holds no degree in any science nor any experience in the field, but he does have some strong beliefs about the evolution of dating.
Like “Attraction is not a choice”, this sounds like a nice sentiment. Rather, your confidence in the fact, the actual fact that she does like you will show the woman her feelings.
But on closer inspection it reveals another shadowy area of De Angelo’s seduction method. The woman’s feelings are but mirrors of your own posturing.
David De Angelo is dark-skinned with a Mediterranean look.
Perhaps he knew people wouldn’t be fooled by a more Anglo-sounding name.
If a woman wants a friend, she has a hundred of them just a phone call away.