February 5, 2010, Newsletter Issue #309: Girl Talk (from a Guy Who Likes Her)

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The first step to being a great conversationalist is to be an even better listener. That edict is even more true when it comes to teenage girls. Why? Teenage girls are some of the best communicators in life. They have amazing friendships where they share all their thoughts, hopes, dreams and secrets. If you truly listen to what the girl of your dreams is saying, you'll have hundreds of topics for discussion the next time you two have some quiet time alone to talk. Give her your attention, show her you care by talking about things that matter to her and really listen to her answers. That's the kind of guy that girls like...a lot.

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