THE BOTTOM LINE: When it comes to dating, always resist the temptation to change.Instead, intensify your personality: If you're shy, take a book to the bar; if you're the life of the party, initiate the body shots; if you're a one-woman guy, keep holding out for that long-term relationship.When we feel happy, we tend to notice things that will make us happy.
Sure, it's only a movie—and you know he's the writer—but it's believable because he's always himself, without apologies.And since you're looking for a mate, never keep dating a girl simply for companionship or sex. Don't e-mail her or leave a message more than once before receiving a response (and no drunk-dialing).Cut your losses the minute you know she's not "the one" (don't worry, she's out there). If she doesn't call you back, she's not interested—it's really that simple.(after Miranda fits into her skinny jeans, she’s the belle of the ball at the club Bed, and Carrie’s voice-over notes that sex appeal is “less a state of behind than a state of mind” … The ladies judged the Axe-blasted men as more attractive, but obviously they couldn’t smell them first-hand (no scratch-and-sniff photography going on). The perfume-y guys felt more confident, now that they smelled like they’d just spent a week in the Bro-cery store, and their self-assured body language made women’s hearts flutter. It’s injected into the creepy creed of the pick-up artist Mystery. See, researchers took photos of a bunch of guys they’d either plastered with the canned deodorant or left alone, and then had women rate the photos for attractiveness.