Teenage Handbook

It has everything for a girl, if your tomboy, girly girl, or both. After you read this you will be caught up with every other girl.


2. Get a Guy

Sweet couples sitting on the balcony, one lying on one other's shoulder, and then a solemn kiss upon the lips. If only you were that lucky girl. Now you can be; after you follow my steps, you will be on the road to a perfect relationship.


(If you already have a guy that you like you can skip Step 1)


Method 1

1) Meet new guys. Before you get a boyfriend, you'll have to meet some guys. You can try and get into a relationship with a guy you already know or you can go out and meet some new guys. This is easy and fun to do, so don't be nervous!

Join a club, community class, or activity group. You can play a sport you like, take an art class at your local community center, or join a bible study group. Find something that appeals to you and you will instantly be meeting people that have something in common with.

Go out to clubs (all-ages clubs) and start talking with new people there. Just be careful and practice common sense.

Find a geoup on the internet that appeals to you. This can be a fan forum for a show or activity you like or maybe a multiplayer video game which you find fun.

2) Get to know them a bit. Once you initially meet someone, get to know them a little bit before deciding that he is totally your next boyfriend. You can't judge someone entirely on how they look. Try to gauge if they meet your minimum requirements for someone to date.

Is he funny? Smart? Nice? Decide what is important to you and gauge these things during your initial conversation. If he seems totally different than what you're looking for, it's not worth it just because he's hot.

3) Make sure they aren't taken. If he already has a girlfriend, it's best to move on because imagine the other girl's feelings. This is helpful to him, yourself, and the person he's dating. You wouldn't want someone to do that to you so don't do it to them.

4) Find out what other people think of him. Ask around about what this guy is like. If his friends, especially his female friends, seem honestly happy about the idea of him being in a relationship, that is a good sign. Ask mutual friends about what they think about him and try to get to know his friends.


Method 2

1) Take it slow. Don't rush or crowd your new friend. But remember if he doesn't like you for who you are then don't spend time trying to get him, go find someone else to be your boyfriend. Don't hope he'll be your boyfriend right away, give him time and get to know each other. Hang out and talk every once and a while to begin with, then start hanging out more often. give each other space. Usually, if you hit it off really well and have a lot of fun together, the friendship will tend to automatically grow into more frequent visits. Try not to be that girl who looks to desperate: you don't need to decide that he is your future husband within the first week of meeting him.

2) Show him you're different. Just remember to be yourself when you talk to him. This is especially important if he's the kind of guy who's used to having others approach him. It's imperative that you be different because you'll stand out more. Don’t just be another person in the crowd, don’t reinforce all of his negative ideas about your gender. Don’t just be another person pursuing him for his looks. Be individual and fun and fascinating! This means taking things slow and letting him get to know you.

3) Be approachable. Don’t close yourself off or seem unapproachable. Set aside time where he knows you aren’t too busy to hang out with him, and let him know that he is welcome to hang out with you. Smile and make eye contact. Don’t look scary, unsociable, or angry. This makes it seem like you don’t want to interact with him and it’s intimidating.

Say you’ve got an extra seat if he’d like to join you for lunch.

Smile and wave at him when you see each other across a room or talking with friends.

Be nice to other people too. Show him that you’re the kind of person that anyone can come and talk to. Be nice to people, compliment them, don’t be rude, and generally show that you won’t bite his head off if he tries to talk to you.






Now to get him... :)

Don't be afraid to make the first move.

Flirt with him... flirt with him to let him know that you are definitely interested. Lean in during conversations, touch him casually and lightly, and compliment him (do so honestly, people can tell the difference).

Ask him on a date. Remember to have a date on mind.







Don't be pressured into a relationship. If you feel threatened or pushed to do things you don't want to, end your relationship. No one has the right to make you feel that way.

Remember, all boys are different, so choose the one who you think has a nice personality and can make you happy. It's usually the nice, quiet, geeky guys who make the best boyfriends. Since they don't have too much luck with girls, they'll really value the one who gave them a chance.

Try to meet him between classes. He will feel like you care about him.

If you think you like him, but don't feel comfortable or yourself around him, he may not be the right one for you.

When you tell him you like him, don't forget to be positive. He may either be totally into you or maybe not. The best way to know if he likes you is not by what he says but what he does. If he has been consistent and persistent in getting close to you, then he likes you. If he ignores you, doesn't call when he says he will or isn't physically or verbally affectionate then he's not that into you, even if he's generally polite and thinks you are a nice person. It's possible to like someone as a person but not have the desire to be with them.

If you are still a student in school and have any classes with him, ask him to go hang and work on homework together. The more time you have alone, the better.

Talk to the boy more and you will end up better friends and get real close. You will get to know him better that way.

If a boy tells you he likes you, don't make him feel as if you don't like him back. In fact, make the first move.

Don't gossip about other girls to him, guys hate that. It will bore him and also even annoy him.

Ask him out yourself; don't get your friends to ask him out for you. If you don't have the nerve to ask him out, everything else in your relationship probably will be awkward too, and it's a turnoff to see a girl who isn't confident and talks through her friends. He will then possibly think you're scared and nervous which will be awkward for him and you really don't want that in a relationship!

Romantic relationships are fulfilling only when their girl is honest as well as caring and considerate towards them. They expect you to be trustworthy and be able to bestow trust upon them as well.


Thanks! Hope this works! :)


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