Touching Her the Right Way

Before I get started here, I just want to let you know up front that this isn’t about touching her sexually. Now that I’ve made that clear, this is about touching a woman while you’re dating, showing her you like her and getting her comfortable with you. These days, with all the perverts out there, a lot of guys freeze up when it comes to making a move and wait for the woman to move first. This way it’s known for sure that she wants the same thing as you. However, it is for you to make the first move, though you have to watch when and how you do it. Keep reading to find out how.

It’s understandable, especially in today’s world, why you might want the woman to make the first move. Don’t do this. You can show her you like her without presenting yourself as a horndog. You can touch her, letting her know you like her and you can do it without being branded a pervert. Hold her hand when you walk down the street together. Open the door for her and gently put your hand on her back. This may seem old-school, but it still works. It lets her know you like her and respect her at the same time. Most of all, it gets her comfortable with you.

You’ve heard that line about whispering sweet nothings in her ear. It works and that’s because of her earlobe. If you whisper in her ear and gently or accidentally (wink) touch her earlobe, that fire that you want to start in her body has just started to smoke. The earlobe is a very sensitive part of a woman and it can send shivers down her spine.

While all of these things work, these methods may not be for you for whatever reason. You could always go back a few years to the old spin-the-bottle game or something similar. A fun game that involves kissing as part of the rules or consequences can get your hands or lips on her or hers on you. This is only really for you guys that are just that frightened to risk making a move and getting slapped for your trouble.

Remember, it’s OK to want to touch her, and it’s even OK to actually do it, but you have to be gentle and patient in your approach and application. Your passion may burn bright, but you have to build her fire of passion before you release yours. It may take a little longer to get her started, but once you get her fire hot, watch out! For more advice on this subject, don’t hesitate to ask me and I will gladly answer your questions.