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Over the years, I’ve come to this one very important realization – regardless of whether a man is just dating around or is in a serious relationship with a woman – A man needs to know how to beat a woman’s mind games if he doesn’t want to be stepped over by women all his life. These should be treated as red flags that you should always try to spot.

So the bottom line is this: you should fall prey to a woman’s mind games under any circumstance.

she bails out at the last second and leaves you feeling stupid. Today I’m going to use science to explain why women act the way they do in terms of playing coy and stringing you along.

If you are interested in a girl who plays games use this as a advice. It amazes me the power some women "think" they have over us. Most men will try and try again with a woman until she just bites his head off.

They don't think you have the guts to walk off, they think you'd never do that.

I believe they think that as long as you think you may have any chance at all with them, you'll remain accesible. Thus they feel comfortable playing games and making you wait around. The last girl that was trying to manipulate me is beautiful and knows it.

Beta phaggots print it out and read it every single day.

Most girls, the hot ones for sure, really think that they can have thier cake and eat it too.

But then I mentioned it to my other single friends—both men and women—and they all professed similar experiences.

And in this guide, we’ll show you how to do just that.

You’ll discover how to regain all your power back in the relationship, and save yourself from any potential embarrassment from getting by your woman.

Today, I’m going to show you how to use simple cheat codes to capture any woman’s interest… Once you know not to fall for a woman’s silly “game”… Though sometimes (at least in my experience), she might still try to play by her own “rules” while you’re talking to her…

ust last week I met up with a mentee of mine (let’s call him John) who writhed to me, “Matt, I’ve been played.” He then complained about the frequent mind games that his woman played on him, and how he got driven to the edge of his sanity from these mind games.

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