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How To Use Covert Psychology To Seduce A Woman: Make Her Fall For You By Hacking Inside Her Mind!

Stop reading about junk information you see elsewhere. In a short article, I’m going to lay out a killer technique you can use to make a woman want you, whether you’re as short as Joe Pesci or as broke as a street bum. It could practically guarantee your success as a seducer if you master this technique that I am going to share with you here. In fact, any self-respecting seducer would have mastered this technique. James Bond? So Leong Cheng? Casanova? They are all true masters of this technique, and that explains why they are so good with women.

The technique in question is COVERT PSYCHOLOGY. This term may scare off some guys, but you won’t need a first-class master’s degree from the famous University of East Anglia to apply psychology techniques to women. In fact, by using simple covert psychology techniques, you will already be ahead of most men who just don’t know any better. Think about it: once you master this technique, you will have an advantage over others, even if they seem prettier or have more money compared to you.

The method itself is quite simple: you have to include in your conversation some seemingly harmless words and phrases that will make her feel “sexualized”. By repeating this process over and over again, you will unconsciously embed sexual thoughts into his mind, and then he will soon develop feelings for you, both emotionally and physically.

The reason this technique works wonderfully well is that it’s pretty much “under the radar,” so she won’t always be on her guard when she’s with you (especially when she knows you’re interested in sleeping with her). Being undercover, it would be very easy for you to use psychological tactics to get him to like you quickly.

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