You're having trouble breathing. You spent months or years together, and this was the guy. You feel helpless. You were so close. And now it's over.
Bullshit! You want him back fast? Then trigger the male mind by stirring his most powerful emotion: losing you to another man!
This is the key to getting your ex-boyfriend back. When he realizes he might lose you, your little pink smartphone is going to text off the hook. But you know what? You still are not going to take him back. Nope, not until you do three more steps (this is his surprise).
I'm Gregg, and I know the male mind. I give you the best chance of getting your ex back. Forget the psychologists and Dr. Jerk Off with a plaque on the wall, and listen to a top dating coach who knows the male psyche.
Men have brains the size of squirrels'. We are going to communicate by way of what they understand - nuts. Not only will we stir emotions in your ex like a frappe in a blender, but we have a surprise for him. He is going to return to find you holding some different cards, and they ain't sixes. They're aces. This newfound confidence will lure him like a cat to tuna and keep him. Why the added step? Because what good is it to get your ex-boyfriend back just to be tortured by another breakup?
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Promotes game playing and manipulative behaviour
I think this book may be tailored towards the younger generations (I am thirty) It focuses a lot on social media and how to behave in a manipulative fashion to obtain a desired outcome. Anyone with any substance or life experience knows that this approach will never prevail.
The Psychology of Human Behaviour
obviously a LOT younger than the actual writer of the book - I found this detracted from the book because it gave the impression he was not speaking from personal experience. Also - People don’t want to be given relationship advice from someone who sounds fifteen!
great technique to regain control in self
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