How to Make a Guy Want You For More Than ONE Night

So you slept with a guy.

But now you wake up and have that awkward moment…

I get it. You want to play it cool, but you also want to make sure this guy knows you’re interested.

So here are 3 killer techniques that will make him desperate to see you again…

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  1. Adriana says:

    I love your videos but why say there’s a free guide when it’s not… :/

  2. Kendra McKenna says:

    Good morning,

    I’m currently in a very casual physical relationship with a guy that persued me then after 2 months of dates he introduced me to his family and then 2 weeks later he said he thinks we are in different places and that he is looking to become a police office which requires him to leave for 6month then he probly won’t be back so he is just interested in a more casual relationship. Up until that point we had just played around physically but then we went all the way. I like him and think he would be a great guy in a relationship but what is going on now just is not meeting my needs. How do I end it in a high value way that states this was nice but not to my standards of what I want in a intimate relationship? I have a tendency of being to blunt.

    Thank you for your wisdom,

  3. Michelle says:

    Dude, that’s my shirt! (The baseball tee). I think maybe it looks better on you.

  4. Lily says:

    Thank you Matt this was very helpful may come into play in the future if this happens

  5. Maria says:

    Hi Matt! Thank you for your awesome advice. I have a question I hope you’ll find time to address: how do I get over regret about the mistakes I made in a past relationship? It’s been a little over a year since I broke up with my ex-boyfriend of two years, and I just can’t help but think about the mistakes I’d been making that inevitably led to the break-up (like expressing jealousy in a hysterical way, constantly controlling him, pressuring him to commit, etc.). This is not to say that I put all the blame on myself, I know that both partners are always to blame for the break-up, but I can’t help wondering if maybe things could have worked out if only I hadn’t been doing certain things. The thought of me being responsible for ruining something that could have been happiness and maybe even losing my potential soulmate (now I’ll never even get to find out for sure if he was or wasn’t the one) is just unbearable, and I don’t know how to move on from this position of regret, especially knowing that at this point he is not interested in giving it one more shot, me being the one who broke up with him in the first place. Thank you so much in advance, may there be more people in the world as wise and kind as you are! -Maria

    • Nicole says:

      Maria – I have to say that I was in a similar situation a few years ago. I had that same thought over and over…”if I had only done/not done this…it would have worked out.” But here’s something to think about…

      People come into our lives to teach us more about life and lessons we may need to learn. By looking back at your relationship with him, it sounds like you have learned a lot about what worked and what didn’t work. It sounds like you’ve learned a lot about yourself and the person you want to be moving forward. That is fantastic! That means you can use that with everyone you meet moving forward. It means you can better understand how to communicate your feelings in a positive way. By looking back on that relationship, you are able to learn and grow and be that much more prepared for the next person.

      I always keep this in mind “the universe loves you and wants you to be happy.” Could you have been happy with him? Maybe, but maybe he was just a teacher of a lesson you needed to learn in this life. The great news is that there are many paths to happiness and just because one thing didn’t work out, doesn’t mean you ruined it. I promise you that is not how life works unless you let your mind tell you that it does.

      I know it may be hard but I literally felt the same way you did for a long time after my ex. I still think he was a great guy and if I was different, it could have worked out…but I never would have learned the lessons I did if that was the case. I had to break open (very painfully) to be able to grow. And now looking back, years later, I have grown so much and experienced so much I never would have without him. AND, my idea about the type of person I want to be with has changed so much and he doesn’t even fit anymore.

      I hope that you can ruminate on these words a bit and maybe they help you on your journey. Once I realized there’s no “messing up fate,” it was very freeing and I have met so many amazing people. Good luck to you.

  6. Julie MacKenzie says:

    That is wonderful advice! Thanks Matthew! Hugs! Always right on point! ;) I have been dating a fella for 4 months now…Starting to think if it will go to this next the next little while…I am very “old school”…and don’t do one night stands…There has to be a certain commitment before I sleep with anybody…

  7. Heather says:

    Thank you Matt! That is some of the most valuable advice! Have a great day now!

  8. Anastasia says:

    Sure. But what if you slept together in your place? You cant say i have a busy day today, it will be like telling him to go away.
    And what if he doesnt have to do something special that day. What kind of text do you send then? “Last night was great. have a nice day”?
    And i hate morning breath, so whats wrong with making breakfast first and then being affectionate..

  9. Debs says:

    Hey Matt,
    Any time you have these links to download, I fill them in but I never get any sent to me in my email/junk mail. Something’s going on there with your links.
    Cheers Debs

  10. Anna says:

    I think there are à lots of questions inside :
    1. Are the bouth parteners honest with each other? It’s very rare , when bouth feel the same way: more often, one who lové, other – who let him(her) to, one Who wants just sex without commitments, the other- is thinking about lové.
    . Is it possible not to hurry, when your émotions are more strong thén your mind? How to get more information, what is your partener thinking about? Mabe just ask him? What he(she) really feels ans wants? Let’s speak before sex also, not only after.))mabe the answers would help us to be more clear in behavior with partener?
    2. Are the bouth or one of the parteners drunk or not? If yes – Variation on vidéo. If not- look the question above.))
    3. Are we the prisoners of our modern morals and way of having fun? Mabe it’s more easy to buy à prostitute, intim game or just use your hand, when fever is making your mind not so clear and we want to use pretty or handsome person just for fun? We are not only animals, don’t we? ))
    4. How can we learn empathie- to read réal émotions of person by his (her) face and body expressions, by the talk, by the situation, and not to lie to ourselves, to respect our soul and mind more, thén to follow our passion heart.
    5. Mabe finally we like sometimes to play this games, to jump in the sea without fear and not to think about next day. Get pleasure, have fun, but after don’t struggle with your conscience, don’t make an illusions. In this world woman décidés, who is she and what she wants, yes, but man also. All of us need to be loved, but not everyone is agrée for the animal minimum.
    6. How to find réal lové, when in modern world to have sex is just like to brush teath? And parteners run away in the morning ‘cos they don’t recognise à new after drunk party face on a pillow? But in the same times lové without sensual émotions and désire can’t exist. It’s à friendship or agly marriage.))))

  11. Sheila says:

    That’s really a tease for you to make a video with you lying in bed and being so …. sexy. You’re making it hard to focus on getting the other guys. ☺️

  12. Marilyn says:

    He doesn’t contact you back because he got what he wanted, sex. Trust me it’s not the first time I’ve been thru this with men. I’m to the point where I’m not interested in sex until a few dates then I’ll know if he’s interested in me for me and not just sex.

    • Selene says:

      Well, the last time I started to sleep with a man (and we still moving forward on the relationship ;P)He started to touch me, and I based my response on Matt’s “I value myself, but I’m not prude” messages I told him: “I should stop you, but I’m liking it” with a smile, then he said, “Oh, I’m moving too fast?” and we started talk about it. I told him how important is this for me, that I won’t do that lightly just for “fun” (Any way he told me already “I love you” some time before and made me feel his worth) Men feel happy too when they know they are not a “hook up” Good luck!

    • Benita says:

      I agree with you, Men are very unpredictable, it’s happened to me few month ago I met a guy and we had so much in common so I felt we connected, i had sex with him and we continue chatting for like two months then he told me that he is not ready for a serious relationship, it broke my heart and I felt like he used me to get what he want and now he try to make me feel cool that we can just be friends :(

    • Zurekha says:

      Couldn’t agree more.

  13. Khadija says:

    Honey, I am not that stupid to do that mistake with men! It is not my Standart!

  14. Davina says:

    Hey Matt …..about the netflix and chill …what if you’re the type of girl who does indeed respect herself but ….has had enough of formal dinners and actually prefers to ”netflix and chill” …and maybe would feel more comfortable getting to know him in this casual way ….I am someone who indeed is a busy person …for me going to a dinner would be great but sometimes i feel like it’s a bit too formal and forced …i actually think i might be more comfortable skipping the dinner and netflix and chilling with him ….let me know how that sounds to you

  15. Annie says:

    The best technique is to NOT sleep with him to begin with. Have boundaries and standards. Love yourself.

  16. Allie says:

    But what if I want to Netflix and chill? That sounds like a perfect date night for me.

    Do I have to make a pretense about fussy dates and dinners when I only want to do those occasionally?

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