Writes a book for boys and it has been released to the public in the United States and is a best seller... Plus, a regular girl has other things on her mind and is fun to be around. A: You want to walk up casually — you can't look shy or nervous, like you're doing something really important.
Heres some of his advice: Q: How did you become such a "dating expert" so young? She doesn't care about a boy liking her, or how a boy feels about her. Just say "Hi." If she says "Hi" back, you're off to a good start. Q: Do people come to you with their dating problems now? well, it's kind of like repeating the same things … " Things kind of like that that people want to know. A: Some adults, women, told me they buy it for husbands as a joke to say, "See, you should do this." It makes me laugh because it's funny that they say that to their husbands.
Alec wants to be a full time writer when he grows up and is already working on follow-ups to How to Talk to Girls with How To Talk To Grandparents, How To Talk To Moms and How To Talk To Dads and are already in the pipeline.
He's only 9, but this pint-sized pickup artist already knows plenty about pleasing the ladies.
So much, in fact, that Alec Greven’s dating primer, “How to Talk to Girls” – which began as a handwritten, pamphlet sold at his school book fair – hit the shelves nationwide last week.
Kids seem to take more chances and go for what they want, half the time without thinking about the outcome Maybe some adults should take the Bull by the horns like some 9 year olds would.
Don’t let them get to you.” Over a few Shirley Temples yesterday at Langan’s on West 47 Street, Alec said that he culled his wisdom by peeking at his peers at play.
“I saw a lot of boys that had trouble talking to girls,” Alec said.
At age 9, girls and boys are at a major development transition as they stand on the cusp of adolescence.
In many ways, 9-year-olds are still young children, but they are becoming much more independent, and are developmentally mature enough to handle many responsibilities and situations with minimal adult intervention.