Do’s & Don’ts For Attracting A Gemini Man – What Every Woman Should Know

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Even if it’s your initial meeting, informal dating, a committed relationship or even within a marriage, you need to know how a Gemini man thinks. Because you know how he thinks, you’ll be at remarkable advantage in understanding the way to best deepen or mend your relationship with him. This is where your awareness of CTypes emerges.

CTypes describe how every person thinks. A Gemini man thinks differently than other sun signs of the Zodiac (CTypes). In cases where a women utilizes her commonly unconscious attraction game plan (behavior) to attract a man, she will not have in mind his CType or unique way of thinking. Lacking an appreciation of his CType, she runs a genuine risk of doing things that will actually turn him off instead of making herself appealing to him. So let’s have a look at the do’s and don’ts in connecting with the Gemini man.

Try to do more of this with a Gemini man:

  • A Gemini man is usually going to be light, fun, and fully present when he is with you. He’s well versed in many areas and happy to share what he knows with you. If you have information to share with him, he will be all ears. Praise his amazing breadth of knowledge.
  • Having someone fully present with you can be flattering. That’s okay. Enjoy it and share with him how much you enjoy the fact that he’s so present with you. He will love this.
  • Enjoy his light heartedness and playful ways. Be playful with him, too.
  • He will probably be good with children, getting right down to their level. Be sure to praise him for this when appropriate.
  • When he’s on time for a date or meeting, praise him. This is difficult for him.
  • In discussion with a Gemini man, incorporate regulators. Regulators are subtle expressions, sounds or gestures that make Gemini aware of your interest and your appreciation of your interaction and communication with him. Positive words such as “yes,” “good,” and “great” are regulators. Assured sounds like “uh huh” or “umm” are positive regulators. Nodding the head is a helpful regulator. Look for the regulators that work for you and practice them until eventually they come to be one aspect of your affinity-building know-how.

Try to do less of this with a Gemini man:

  • He’s in the moment and not connected to past and future. This means he’s going to forget about some of the things he’s said and some of the commitments he’s made. He may appear irresponsible or uncaring when he backs out of a commitment or, worse, doesn’t show up. Don’t browbeat him or try to force him into being more responsible. Instead, know that these challenges are part of being in relationship with a Gemini man and as he grows by going to his opposite, Sagittarius (past and future); these issues will tend to resolve themselves.
  • He can be fickle. Avoid taking this personally. It’s not about you.
  • If you’re serious about having a relationship with him, create systems for yourself that will allow him to connect with past and future on a regular basis. This might mean having an agreement with him whereby you will, in a non-judgmental way, regularly remind him of upcoming meetings and events.
  • Don’t unconsciously use negative regulators. Avoid negative words or sounds. Don’t shake your head side to side or roll your eyes. These negative regulators will create separation instead of bringing you closer together.
  • Don’t nag him when his life falls apart because he’s forgotten important commitments in his life. This is a result of him doing too much of his Gemini CType thinking and he has to work his own way out of this.
  • As in many relationships, be careful when pushing for more commitment. This can backfire—bigtime!
  • Avoid being a victim or complaining too much. Most men are turned off by this. If you find yourself being a victim with a partner or potential partner, try to move your thinking toward your opposite CType. This is true relationship-building mastery.



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