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3 Texting Mistakes That Push Men Away...

by April Fallner - June 20, 2019

Want a loving passionate relationship?  Of course you do! 


This all starts with communication, and in 2019, that means knowing how to text.

The girls who don’t text, don’t get the guy.


Has a man ever ignored your text message? This is typically the first sign he’s pulling away from you…


But there’s a secret “Attention Text” that you can send him to send a shiver up his spine… 

Make him commit to you…


But first,  make sure you know these 3 big mistakes to avoid losing the attention of the man you want.


These mistakes will practically ensure he leaves you hanging….

Rather than texting you back right away.

1. Over-Texting

It’s okay to send him a couple messages at once, but do NOT over-text.

If you sent a text or a couple of messages back to back, then just be patient, wait.

Give him 10 minutes, or 20, or 2 hours, before you send another message.


You never want to come off like you have been waiting with phone in hand for his reply.


Consider all the times when you have waited by the phone for a response, racking your brain and when you finally got a text back, it turned out they were just busy.


So when you are texting your crush, send messages, but then forget about the phone for a little while.


...Okay so I know some of you won't be able to do that, so you can also try turning notifications off, that works too.

2. Getting Too Personal Too Quickly

No Nudes! That should be obvious...

but more simply, are you over sharing? Or asking him about intimate parts of his life too soon?


It’s okay to be vulnerable and talk about your personal lives, but that is a slippery slope.


It’s best to talk about these things in person after you know each other a little better.

The less you know about this guy, the less personal you should get. You don’t want to risk

offending him by digging too deeply into his personal issues before you even know his last name.


That stuff is for late night chats once you two are more familiar with each other.


And last but not least, the biggest mistake is...

3. You Don't Text in a Way that 'HOOKS' His Attention

Remember that "Attention Text"?

Here's a text that actually hooks a man's full 100% attention: ==> Click Here to Watch the Video

You see, men are like puppy dogs: 

They're easily distracted by anything new... 

      By shiny objects... 

            And yes, sometimes by other women. 

And if your messages don't grab his attention... 

And force him to think about you when you're not around... 

He'll easily get pulled aside by something else... 

And he'll never develop those feelings of infatuation and obsession that make him desperate to hear from you... 

To be around you... 

And ultimately to lock you down. 

My friend Amy North is a successful women's dating coach and she came up has come up with a

text that guarantees the man you send it to won't be able to stop thinking about you. 

She talks about this seemingly magical text here.

When you send it to a guy... 

You'll pop into his head again and again throughout his day... 

He won't be able to shake you from his mind... 

And after he texts you back... 

He'll check his phone compulsively hoping to hear back from you. 

This powerful text is very clever... 

And if you're anything like me, you'll kick yourself for not thinking of it yourself: 

Click Below to Check out Amy's video Here While it's Still Up:

All the best, 
-April Fallner

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