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The Art of Seduction - Chapter 2: Create a False Sense of Security-Approach Indirectly Summary & Analysis

Robert Greene (author)
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Chapter 2: Create a False Sense of Security-Approach Indirectly Summary and Analysis

Making an effort to befriend a target is a great method. It is indirect, and in this sense is not different from military strategy. It allows both participants in the seductive process to get to know one another. Women, especially women who are young, operate from a naïve position in which they do not suspect every adult male effort at friendship as an attempt to indirectly seduce them. However, because this strategy is so commonplace, huge numbers of people are so suspicious of it that it can pose a very serious threat and challenge to those genuinely interested in friendship. It is likely to be met as a thinly veiled effort to seduce someone into a sexual relationship. In this sense, the art of seduction leads...

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