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Sincere Seduction Book

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Best Seduction Advice since Kierkegaard wrote Diary of a Seducer

Rated 5 out of 5
August 10, 2017

“Manipulating and deceiving women is getting old” begins Damien Diecke, who then suggests that “sincere seductionists” abandon “current flawed dating advice” and forge a new path, one he teaches with gusto, a smashing sense of humor, and possibly the best advice ever offered. His method involves complete honesty with others, learning to “know thyself,” and thereby attain a goal of brief or permanent intimacy.
Diecke bashes present rules of dating as unsubstantiated and geared toward unhappiness, and offers a method designed to help the reader decide what woman he really wants, the best methods to approach her, and what to do once he’s garnered her attention. In other words, living life to the fullest sans fear of rejection or failure.
This involves learning stratagems such as buffoonery, role-playing, use of cohorts, and swapping stories. He ably discloses the art of flirting, launching conversations, building rapport, deciding which forum to make your move, and most importantly, to smile, smile, smile and look her in the eye.
The author advocates setting specific and achievable goals, and pursuing those goals with persistence, desensitizing yourself to rejection, and accepting a woman’s testing of your resolve as an opportunity to prove you have what it takes.
These methods are expounded in a readable, easily understandable prose, and with a wining sense of humor. Diecke’s chivalrous leitmotif involves chapters named Noble Quests and Places Damsels Congregate, and funny character names in real life examples such as Sir Gobstopper and Lady Cherry Ripe. He utilizes humor to teach–suggesting approaching her in a gym or at the beach rather than a nightclub if you desire a long-term relationship, and if you don’t hear very well.
This book is certainly not for religious fundamentalists, as it makes no judgment as to the values of goals sought, but is nevertheless an honest, intelligent, and perceptive guide to men seeking women, utilizing common sense, science and every available means to attain man’s ultimate goal–the right woman. A more helpful and enjoyable read on this subject you will never find!

John Fraiser

Sincere Seduction Book

Beginner

Submit a Review

Best Seduction Advice since Kierkegaard wrote Diary of a Seducer

Rated 5 out of 5
August 10, 2017

“Manipulating and deceiving women is getting old” begins Damien Diecke, who then suggests that “sincere seductionists” abandon “current flawed dating advice” and forge a new path, one he teaches with gusto, a smashing sense of humor, and possibly the best advice ever offered. His method involves complete honesty with others, learning to “know thyself,” and thereby attain a goal of brief or permanent intimacy.
Diecke bashes present rules of dating as unsubstantiated and geared toward unhappiness, and offers a method designed to help the reader decide what woman he really wants, the best methods to approach her, and what to do once he’s garnered her attention. In other words, living life to the fullest sans fear of rejection or failure.
This involves learning stratagems such as buffoonery, role-playing, use of cohorts, and swapping stories. He ably discloses the art of flirting, launching conversations, building rapport, deciding which forum to make your move, and most importantly, to smile, smile, smile and look her in the eye.
The author advocates setting specific and achievable goals, and pursuing those goals with persistence, desensitizing yourself to rejection, and accepting a woman’s testing of your resolve as an opportunity to prove you have what it takes.
These methods are expounded in a readable, easily understandable prose, and with a wining sense of humor. Diecke’s chivalrous leitmotif involves chapters named Noble Quests and Places Damsels Congregate, and funny character names in real life examples such as Sir Gobstopper and Lady Cherry Ripe. He utilizes humor to teach–suggesting approaching her in a gym or at the beach rather than a nightclub if you desire a long-term relationship, and if you don’t hear very well.
This book is certainly not for religious fundamentalists, as it makes no judgment as to the values of goals sought, but is nevertheless an honest, intelligent, and perceptive guide to men seeking women, utilizing common sense, science and every available means to attain man’s ultimate goal–the right woman. A more helpful and enjoyable read on this subject you will never find!

John Fraiser