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    Default Push and pull convo

    I still am not understanding the push and pull concept and how to execute it. It seems like a good tequnich to use so just needing some advice in this subject.
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    Default Re: Push and pull convo

    first off when she sees u're the prize,giving ioi 's (sort of compliment) will have such a big effect on her, then taking them back away will have an even better effect. by effect i mean attraction. thats why they call it push(taking away, pushing her away) and pull (giving, pulling her in)

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    Default Re: Push and pull convo

    i also have issues with this. for example, if the conversation is one-sided, where u kind of initiate about 65%, then how do you push?

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    Default Re: Push and pull convo

    You must first develop attraction. Which is accomplished through the use of negs, DHV's, social proof, etc. Once this is accomplished, she will send you IOI's. Intermittently reward her IOI's, but also occasionally false disqualify, sniper neg, or just seem uninterested. When she is trying to engage you in conversation, look away, body rock, look preoccupied. This will get her attracted more by your seeming disinterest, and cause her to chase you. Which you reward with IOI's, and re engage in conversation. However, re-engage on YOUR terms. Change the thread, don't answer her question, do a compliance test, etc. I find a compliance test/Kino Escalation is perfect after a body rock or look away after not responding to her. This is push and pull, one second you like her, the next it seems you don't. It drives women mad, and is the tool you use to escalate the vibe.
    Demonstrate, never explicate.


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