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Ask any questions related to approaching women in any situation, starting a conversation, flirting, pick-up lines, and body language, recognizing and epxressing interest in another person.

Experience in the area

Author of the best-selling "Powerful Pick-Up" Audio Program at Helped dozens of men to overcome their obstacles in approaching, meeting and attracting women.



M.A. in Philosophy and Logic

What do you like about this subject?

This is one of the most exciting and unexplored subjects that so many people have a difficulty with handling successfully.

What do you still hope to achieve/learn in this field?

I hope to help as many people as possible to learn how to successfully approach, meet, and attract people that they want.

Something interesting about this subject that others may not know:

It's not what you say, but how you say it. It's not about acting confident, but it's about becoming confident.

Something controversial or provocative about this subject

It's not fear of rejection that prevents people from making a move, but genuine belief that they are not good enough to be attractive to the person they want to make a move on, among other things.

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2015-07-08 What to do:

Hello, Julie.     Everything in  your story suggests that the guy isn't that interested in you or isn't as interested in you as you were in him, so I would not spend any more time analyzing his behavior

2015-06-26 How to read between the lines:

Hello, to answer your question - the reason it's hard for a woman to say right away that she is not interested is because rejecting people is not easy. It's also possible that she wasn't sure whether she

2015-06-19 workplace romance:

Hello, Michael.    You should definitely leave her alone at this point for all the reasons you mentioned yourself in addition to the fact that she will likely file a harassment complaint if this continues

2015-03-06 Whats my next move?:

This is a surprising but not uncommon female behavior. If you really feel like it, you should suggest studying together again, as maybe she was a little embarrassed to too shy and wasn't ready for your

2015-01-06 Confused:

Hello, Ben.     This is not an easy question, but I always advice the people in your position to a little more selfish. Be open to seeing her if and when she comes back but unless she is really committed


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