3 Ways To Get The Right Kind Of Man To Like You

3 Ways to get the right kind of man to like you
Blog posts and Youtube videos with titles like this one this article has, have always annoyed me. The perspective is completely backward, the focus is very selfish, and they encourage the wrong kind of mindset. It’s always about manipulation. What kinds of knobs can you turn, and what levers can you pull to get the result you want. On top of that, the tips and tricks advised would only work on reeling in the kind of guys you definitely don’t want to be marrying.
And it’s all fake. It’s doing what you have to do in the short term to get out of that person what you want.
In an attempt to sate my own annoyance and to hopefully provide a better approach, I decided to write my own version.
Here you are, ladies. Three simple ways to get the right kind of man to like you.

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  1. When I saw the title of this post, I KNEW there had to be a catch! Lol. Excellent advice, Reagan!

  2. Haha! You know me too well I guess.

    Glad you liked it, and thanks for the comment!

  3. Oh thank you, thank you, Thank you for putting this up Reagan! Every girl needs to hear this, absorb it, and live it with the most sincere heart. I am ashamed to admit, but there was one point when I was just entering my teen years that I made such mistakes as you presented here. They were not grievous in that I hurt anyone besides myself, but I have learned from such mistakes since those early days. I just wish all of my acquaintances could read this and say, “Oh! I had no idea!” and begin all over again.

    I also want you to know that I greatly appreciated the rest of the your manhood series. I know I didn’t comment much, but it was a blessing just to read them when I found the opportunity. Thank you for all of your good words you graciously share with us your readers!

    In Christ alone,

    The eldest sister & singer

  4. I’m very glad you enjoyed it! I certainly have made mistakes in the realm of interacting with the opposite gender as well. I’m sorry you had to experience any pain at all in this area, but it sounds like you have been fortunate and done very well to avoid any major issues as is so common and easy to do. Plus, it’s fantastic that you have learned from those past experiences! So many never do. We don’t get do-overs, true, but we can control what we do today and avoid repeating our mistakes by learning from the past.

    I’m glad my manhood posts were a blessing! And thank you very much for reading. It’s very much a blessing to have readers!

    Stand fast!


  5. This is absolutely fabulous! I’m married but I have a single friend who is looking for the right guy. I’ll be sharing this post with her. Your advice is spot on!

    Thanks for sharing (and for linking up to the SHINE Blog Hop).

    Wishing you a blessed day.

  6. Thanks! Glad you find it helpful!

    God Bless!

  7. Great tips! I still haven’t found the right guy (at 29), but I promise that doing these things makes you a lot happier in the meantime. Don’t strive so hard for boys’ affection, ladies – it’s not worth it. Strive to live well and know Christ, you’ll be happier and everything else will fall into place when the time is right.

  8. Thank you for sharing this! It was a wonderful article with excellent advice and thoughts. It is a message that every young person (really everyone) needs to hear. I especially loved what you said at the end- that’s really what it all boils down to. I’m definitely going to be sharing this one!


  9. Reagan,

    I found your blog through a link up, and was so blessed to see this being written from a man’s perspective. I am a married woman who writes to young women, and the issue you are addressing here is so prevalent. I am so glad that you are writing on this topic! My own husband testifies that he is not interested in women who throw themselves at men.

    I wrote about this from a woman’s perspective in my posts:
    Are You My Future Husband? http://phyliciadelta.com/are-you-my-future-husband/
    I Like Him. Now What? http://phyliciadelta.com/i-like-him-now-what/