© October 2010 by Fabienne Lopez
Sasstrology run recently a blog contest among its readers for the best original article on How to Seduce an Aries Man. I planned on participating, but unforeseen circumstances prevented me from sending the article below before the deadline.
Why waste a good article? So, here it is!
You need a Plan!
Want to seduce an Aries Man? Not sure how to go about? You need a strategy and a war plan, after all this is a conquest. Below some advice on how to understand, attract and keep your Aries man happy.
Aries Man Personality
To be successful in your seduction strategy you need to understand your Aries man. Below some keywords to keep them in mind when dealing with Mr. Ram.
- Highly motivated, Pioneering Leader, Needs challenge;
- Strong Personality, Positive, Optimistic, Winner;
- Rebellious, Insensitive, Risk taker;
- Impatient, Impulsive;
- Competitive, Dominant, Responsible;
- Achiever, Idealist;
- Extroverted, Easily Angered;
- High Self-Esteem, Good Sense of Humor, Detached;
- Selfish, Proud;
- High Libido, Dislikes Details;
- Arrogant, Blunt, Easily Bored;
- Dynamic, Charismatic, Catalyst;
- Warrior, Hunter
Now that you know what motivates him, how do you get his attention?
Try opening a conversation with an intellectual challenge, a new idea. Aries man are always on the lookout for something new, adventurous, different. In fact, this is your best chance to attract their attention.
If you cannot come up with a subject matter that get’s them excited, talking sports is a safe bet. Boxing, extreme sports, fencing, car racing are good subjects.
To keep the conversation flowing and his interest peaking, voice your opinion, preferably a controversial one.
Antagonize him a little bit with an opposite point of view on something he is passionate about. Walk the fine line between being provocative and pushy.
At the same time be honest, sincere, enthusiastic in a verbal kind of sparring way.
Aries men like to conquer. For an Aries, both male and female, half the joy (if not more) of any love relationship is in the pursuit. Aries men are shinny chivalrous knights at heart who fall in love with the Unobtainable Lady.
Keep in mind that many Aries man lose interest once the “pursuit” phase is over. The success of seducing an Aries man is therefore in the balance between letting him do the “conquest” and you NEVER being totally “conquered”.
If he starts taking you for granted, the game is declared null and void and over. Keep him guessing by maintaining an air of mystery. Remember, Unobtainable Lady. Repeat this mantra as often as necessary.
Keeping Him Seduced
Aries have a short attention span. In order to keep his interest, you need to have a bold and no holds attitude. How can you be bold? Let him know about your interest in him and intentions as far as he is concerned while at the same time letting him do the conquest work. Show him that you have the utmost confidence in your ability to seduce him and keep him interested in you.
Be open, direct and even blunt. Never say or promise anything that you are not prepared to back up.
Let him think he comes first. Aries men are pathologically competitive. They were put in this world to conquer and be first. The world starts and ends with them. As a consequence, do not try to boss them.
Always appeal to their intelligence.
Aries is not a subtle sign and he is also very good at detecting phoniness. He will appreciate if you tell him what you want. No hints, allusions, covert attitudes, secrets or anything remotely sly. Say what you mean and mean what you say.
Avoid boredom, routines, schedules and predictability at all costs. In other words, you need to have a strong sense of adventure and a healthy dose of spontaneity. Be wiling to try new things.
If you follow the above you should not have trouble getting cozy with your Aries man. Of all the 12 signs, Aries is fairly easy to seduce. Now keeping him is another entirely different post.
Good luck and let me know how your seduction strategy went!
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