He’ll appreciate it and his respect for you will rise along with that appreciation.Rule Number Two: Don’t Bid for His Time, Own His Time. The faster you can set up a recurring plan for interaction (a micro-tradition), the less you have to compete with other demands on his time.
Unfortunately, that kind of man is usually fairly busy. I’m talking about very simple traditions you invite him to participate in right from the start of your interactions.
Lot’s of people (and companies) are competing for his time. For example, you can limit competing time demands by agreeing to see each other just one night a week (say…
But after a few dates, you begin to realize he’s not like the other guys you’ve dated.
He’s smart; he’s a little shy; he’s quirky; and he loves science fiction, online gaming, comic books, or other related pursuits. While nerds often make great partners (in fact, many of us in the dating business consider them the unsung heroes of the single male demographic), women tend to overlook them.
They’re great guys, but if you aren’t accustomed to being around them, here are a few things you can do to ensure success. his logging in long hours online gaming or his dressing up like Frodo every Halloween). Sure, the Star Wars posters or long days spent at Comic Con may seem silly to you, but everyone has unique interests that other people don’t “get.” And, really, how are a nerd’s interests any different from a non-nerdy guy’s obsession with Fantasy Football or baseball cards? While it’s totally fine if you don’t engage in his nerdy hobbies, it never hurts to occasionally take an interest. With its backbiting, battles, and sexual intrigue, this show is about as addictive as they come. Set in the future, a totalitarian leader selects a boy and girl from each of 12 districts and forces them to fight to the death, until only one stands.