Hi, first post on puaforums so any constructive criticism is appreciated!
I've been having some great luck lately using the Push-Pull tactic once I've opened and I'm in the stage of trying to build attraction. I've used push-pull with three girls in the past few weeks, and 2 of the ended in k-closes. I haven't tried using push-pull to try to get her to the bedroom yet, but we'll see.
Push-pull is a technique I use to make her want you. Most guys (including myself) try wayyyy too hard. In the past, I would always compliment/flirt/hit on her whenever I had the chance. But I'm learning that while it is good to do those things, it must be done in moderation.
This is where the "push" portion of "push-pull" comes in. Make her work for YOU. You have to seem disinterested in her occasionally, so that she has to EARN your attention. But don't reward her the first time she tries, this way, she tries even harder (and those who don't try to earn your attention are most likely LJBF). This doesn't mean you aren't assertive, you are ALWAYS assertive. That being said, you have to "pretend" to turn your interest in her "off" until she deserves it. Push-pull can also be applied to kinos.
Now I've only tried this on girls I knew beforehand, and that I was acquainted to (but not yet in the friendzone). There are plenty of posts on push-pull, but under what circumstances would push-pull not work? Would it be worth trying push-pull on a girl you just met? And how would you do it? I tend to seem disinterested for long periods of time (if I am in a set where my target and I are doing a group activity or in a campus setting). Can push-pull be applied for minutes rather than hours?