1. Demonstrate your friendliness to her. Great friendships are the foundation of all successful partnerships.
Know your limits and respect her space. You do not have the right to make her like you because of your affections for her.
Make her feel valued by expressing your appreciation for her efforts. Make sure she knows how valuable she is as a woman by showing her how much you appreciate her.
Allow your sense of humour to win her over. Make an effort to make her laugh and smile. You can bet she'll think about you as a result of it.
Just be consistent, and don't worry about what people think of you at first. It's acceptable if you didn't make an impression the first time you met. All you have to do is show her you're more than just a one-trick pony.
Pay attention to what others have to say. You'll learn more about her if you show an interest in her stories.
Never try to pass yourself off as someone you're not. Showing your intentions is as simple as being yourself.
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