Podcast with Greg: How to get a girlfriend

by GK on May 13, 2009 · 3 comments

When I first heard that fellow Charisma Arts instructor Greg (yes, we have two Gregs) had entered an exclusive relationship with a girl he met at a video store, my first reaction was the same as anyone else’s: people still go to video stores?

My second reaction was to get him on the GK Shares Game podcast, and we had an exchange that I think you’ll enjoy, whether or not you’re thinking of finding a girlfriend. Greg takes us step by step through his relationship, from the initial meeting (he was feeling sick and she was at the store with her friend) to the day they decided to go steady.

We cover several common questions raised by guys interested in long-term relationships, such as how often to see her initially, how to avoid coming on too strong, and how the game changes after you get exclusive.

A warning for those with weak stomachs: Greg does gush over his girl a lot. Be prepared.

Podcast with Greg


1 Beider May 14, 2009 at 3:16 am

Brilliant podcast.

I found it very interesting listening to Greg (other Greg) and hearing how he went forward to get exclusive with his current girl, but even more than that his thought process on how he decided that he wanted to be exclusive with this girl.

But also the thought that you can do (almost) what you want with a girl as long as you are comfortable and as long as you are clear on your intentions (assuming you don’t want a relationship). I sometimes get urges to do boyfriend / girlfriend stuff with some of my female friends, going to movies, long walks in the park, etc… Which I really enjoy, but most people advice against doing with girls you do not want an LTR with.

2 GK May 14, 2009 at 3:27 pm

Thanks a lot, Beider. I think it’s funny how something like taking a long walk with a woman is perceived as professing your undying love for her. :) Just do what you want and justify it — but if it is on the romantic side and you don’t want to get attached, make that as clear as possible.

3 Greg May 20, 2009 at 5:10 pm

I gush I did gush a little bit. Ten minutes of gushing isn’t extreme though is it?

Thanks, GK – keep ’em coming.

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