Flirting can be a vital social process that lends us reassurance and redistributes confidence.
It is a careful, teasing dance, composed in parts of adoration, respect and desire.
When used properly, humor is an incredibly powerful tool for making people like you. It’s also a very good way to turn people off if you’re not careful. Harris O’Malley gives us the low-down.
Take and use this advice from a serial flirter—from knowing your audience to taking a “no” like a pro.
The massive technological wave has certainly not helped men stay sharp socially—rediscover this almost lost art.
Insecurity and fear of rejection often get in the way.
Not letting a woman read your eyes is akin to keeping her in the dark.
Maybe it’s time to try dating the ‘old-fashioned’ way.
Harris O’Malley takes some of the mystery out of knowing when to approach and when to walk away.
How many missed opportunities before a guy gets the girl?
Knowing the vibe you’re giving off means you can control your communication and the conversation.
Once we meet the ones we want, how do we get to the point of clear communication?
Why one sexual partner is all I’ll ever need.
There was a time when Kirk Pynchon felt comfortable flirting with young women. Now, as a dad, he doesn’t want to seem like a creep.
The disappointing tale of a night that didn’t go as planned.
Wellcasts’s follow up video on how to break free of the friend zone when you want a relationship.