Another interesting place is looking at good dating advice for women - e.g.
Matthew Hussey’s channel; there is Anna Szlęzak’s channel (in Polish), from which I get a lot of inspiration.
One crucial point, regardless of the type of relationship, is her safety.
She has many legitimate concerns related to her safety: What really helps is if you know her through a network of friends, and there are people she trusts that can vouch for you.
In most cases the differences are small (though, overblown by popular psychology): ).
For more context (and disclaimers) see Dating for nerds (part 1): problem diagnosis.A lot of behaviors considered creepy are centered around concealing sexual intentions.At the same time, if she turns you down you should be fine with that.When it comes to physical violence - almost all men are stronger than almost all women and women know that.Even if you never use force, they know that you could.They’re into brains, courage and brawn…but not awkwardness. He Rides The Whip and wins at sports and dances like a badass and bangs hot chicks. But realize, most would prefer the wolf, if only for a little while. You can start today by going out and approaching women.The hot girl will almost always prefer the jock, jerk boyfriend over the nice, strange, nerdy guy. The sad story here is that Michael J can’t remain a wolf forever. So in the end he goes back to being human, with all his human flaws and instead of getting the shallow hot girls he gets the secret hot nerd girl that he didn’t really want. Start learning how to get girls by becoming aware of your nerdy behavior. This doesn’t mean drop your eccentric behavior, or change your interests.And fundamentally this isn’t a fixed checklist, but genuine care that your partner is having as enjoyable an experience as you.When it comes to safety from sexually transmitted infections (and unintended pregnancy), it’s also your business.It won’t solve your problems right away, but you’ll gain valuable insight.One friend advised reading fiction written by female authors.Even if you know you would never hurt her, you must help her feel safe.Popular culture harms us not only with unreasonable visions of romance (see Disney Has Ruined Modern Romance), but it also spreads really bad examples: if they were totally not interested (I am not particularly muscular or threatening looking; I never dated a girl when I was her superior, etc).) is pretty much centered on how to be confident and make this visible. That is, being comfortable with who you are rather than relying too much on external validation.