By Bobby Rio
Co-creator of: Unlock Her Legs: How to Finally Nail that Hard to Get Girl
In my previous article I talked about how you don’t get a woman to fall in love with you by things you say…
Because love actually happens when she’s away from you…
That’s love. And its something you can actually “engineer.”
And its all about getting a woman emotionally addicted to you. So that you can fully capture her attention.
You’ve probably already heard the saying “create a roller-coaster of emotions” for her. But my guess is you don’t fully understand the concept.
I say this because every day I get emails from guys asking:
“How do I talk about emotions” with her?”
“What are some emotional topics?”
That’s ALL WRONG.
Getting a girl “emotionally” addicted to being around you is NOT about talking about specific emotions..
Its about creating them in her.
Yes. Your ONLY job is to create full range of emotions in a woman. Most guys stop at the obvious ones like anger, joy, horniness….
But the real “Gems”… the ones that create the drama, intrigue, and fascination that captures a woman’s mind are the less obvious ones:
Its the surprise that keeps her on her toes… that holds her interest… that has wondering what’s coming next.
Its during the confusion of trying to figure you out … that you begin to occupy a larger and larger space in her mind
Love does NOT happen when you’re completely content. This is why most “nice” guys lose girl they really like.
Love happens when you start to feel like you’re losing control…
Think about the last time you were in love with a girl. I bet you felt a little powerless a little helpless, and had a constant sense of a little anxiety…
And the only “fix” was the woman.
And that feeling, love, is something you can engineer.
In the “Seduction Weapons” portion of Unlock Her Legs I give 12 weapons of seduction.
These are 12 ways to induce specific emotions in a woman…
These are 12 ways to capture her attention and basically have her thoughts glued on you…
Until she begins to think she’s in love with you…
It’s not pretty. But neither is love.