Now that we’ve given you an idea of what it is, it begs the questions, “Is it effective? ” [Read: How to think like a woman and get the girl] How is it done?To put it simply, fractionation uses neuro-linguistic programming routines and emotional triggers in order to develop a strong emotional rapport with women.This post started in the comments of a post recommending something like, "Let the woman shine." This alone is no better for building attraction than doing all of the shining yourself; you can There have been several recent posts on the topic of too much push, whose examples serve to illustrate a or Orbiter is stuck on all-pull, passively doing nice things for the woman and expecting this to induce her to make a move toward him, only to watch them get bored and ease away.The cad or overly aggressive gamer is stuck on all-push, and wonders why women flee from him and why he's accused of sexual harassment or worse.What you're describing is game-playing and that's not how healthy relationships work, IMO. You're trying to keep something rolling that has no wheels. When you meet the right person, you won't even stop and think about such stupid games. I can't believe what some of you do to make dating so difficult.
Not many people know the secrets to fractionation seduction, but it is gaining ground within the spheres that are actively searching for the effective formula that will help men attract women. Or is it something that should best be left as a study instrument, as opposed to a tool that can lure women into men’s arms?This is how you calibrate the level and pace of your escalations, and read her feedback like a pro and proceed correctly in the push-pull dance.to keep a good challenging rally going back and forth.For example, when you call a girl for the first time, and you don’t ask her out, and you get off the phone first, you are practicing push-pull.She is receiving mixed messages: “He seems to like me, he seems to enjoy my company, but he didn’t ask me out. ” Or when you invite a girl to a group activity: on one hand, you’re asking her out, but on the other it doesn’t feel like a date, so she doesn’t know where she stands.