Get her to visit

Get Her to Visit (A Full Guide)

Here are some things that can make it more likely that a woman will choose to visit you:

  1. Showing that you want to see her: Express your desire to see her and make plans to do so. Show her that you’re excited about the prospect of spending time together.
  2. Showing that you are reliable and trustworthy: Be dependable and show her that she can trust you to follow through on your plans and that you will keep your word.
  3. Showing that you are respectful of her boundaries: Be respectful of her feelings and make sure she feels comfortable visiting you.
  4. Showing that you have something planned: Having a plan for what you will do when you are together, whether it’s a trip, a special event, or a weekend getaway, shows that you have put effort into the idea and that you are excited to spend time together.
  5. Showing that you have a comfortable and clean place: Show her that you have a comfortable and clean place to stay, and that she will be comfortable while she is there.
  6. Showing that you’re considerate and accommodating: Show her that you’re considerate and thoughtful, and that you have taken her preferences and needs into account when planning your time together.
  7. Showing that you are available and flexible: Show her that you are available and flexible, and that you are willing to work around her schedule and availability.
  8. Showing that you’re respectful of her time and energy: Show her that you respect her time and energy and that you understand that visiting you might be a big commitment and that you won’t take her for granted.


It’s important to remember that everyone is different and may have different preferences, comfort levels, and boundaries. It’s important to communicate openly and honestly with her and respect her decisions. It’s also important to not to put pressure on her to visit you and to understand if she’s not comfortable in doing so.

Building a relationship takes time and effort, and it’s important to be patient and to be open to the possibility that the person may not be interested in visiting yet.