Tips to Get a Guy for Teenage Girls

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In order for a teenage girl to get a guy, she needs to be prepared to leave the house, to be social and to make friends. Use extracurricular activities as an opportunity to get to know more people with advice from a psychologist in this free video on relationships and dating tips.

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Hi my name is Reka Morvay I'm a Psychologist, and I'm going to talk to you about how to get a guy for teenage girls. This is a very important issue on any teenagers life; how to get that person that you're interested in to actually come and talk to you or to ask you out on a date. First of all be prepared to actually leave your house, be social, make friends, go out and do stuff, because this is the best way to meet people. I know that you spend a lot of your time at school, and this is actually a great opportunity to get close to a guy that you're interested in. But also if you have lots of activities that you do on the side: A, it makes you seem less desperate; that you have a life outside the school, and outside this guy that you're interested in; and B, it gives you even more opportunities to meet people and perhaps even get close to that person that you're interested in. Be yourself, this is very important, because you want that person to like you for who you are and not for some kind of act that you're putting on. Because it's very very tiring to have to keep up this act all the time if you're worried that they like that person and not who you really are. Thirdly, be prepared to take some risks, because not even the prettiest most intelligent and most wonderful person in the world always gets what they want. You sometimes have to deal with a negative answer and you sometimes have to deal with not getting things the way that you want. But if you are prepared to accept that risk, and the more practice you get in facing that risk the less devastating it is if sometimes things don't work out the way that you want them to.


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