In this short video, dating expert David Wygant explains what “future pacing” is and how it helps women connect with the men in their lives.
What Is Future Pacing?
Future pacing is the future of relationships and something that a lot of men need in one. They need the words of affirmation to keep going, starting from the first date onwards. For example, if a guy likes you on the first date he will start dropping hints in his words, such as: “I haven’t gone golfing in so long.”
Upon hearing that, the best thing to say at that point is an enthusiastic: “Neither have I!”
And at the end of the date you need to tell them you ‘had so much fun’ and then send them a text-message saying that ‘you can’t wait to do it again.’
Why Should You Future Pacing?
If the question that comes to mind is ‘why should you future pace?’ it’s because affirmation is what men want. They want to believe that their woman thinks that they’re great. They want to feel wonderful, so when you future pace a guy, you’re giving them what they need to move forward in the relationship.
Future pacing, as a whole, is giving the man something to look forward to—something that’s fun and exciting with you. It keeps them hooked, it keeps them interested, and it keeps them coming back to you for more. That is how you get men chasing after you, not playing games by ignoring their text messages and so on.
About David Wygant
David Wygant is an internationally-renowned dating and relationship coach, author and speaker. Through his boot camps, personal coaching and his website, his advice has transformed the dating lives and relationships of hundreds of thousands of people from every corner of the globe. His funny -- yet always direct -- approach to dating, sex and relationships has revolutionized how people meet and interact with the opposite sex.
Over the last thirteen years, David has become one of the most frequently-quoted dating experts in the media. He offers his advice as a lead writer for Yahoo! Personals and across television segments, newspapers and magazines, including MTV, The New York Times, MSNBC, Fox News, Cosmopolitan, Men's Health and E! Entertainment Television -- as well as on over 2,000 radio shows.