Wondering How To Get Over Someone Fast? Here’s What You Need To Know…
Sit down, dear reader, and stay a while. Today we’re going to hear the story of Colby and Spencer.
In Colby’s own words:
“I remember it was a Thursday night. I decided to go out, go downtown, hit a bar or three. Maybe grab some tacos. Just another autumn evening. Or so I thought.
“It was at this bar-slash-pool-hall-slash-outdoor-lounge called the Pale Pony—that was the first time I ever saw Spencer.
“Tall, wavy platinum hair—natural, by the way—and eyes like a summer sky. Soft features, button nose, and lips the color of roses in bloom.
“No racism, man, but she was like some kind of Aryan goddess in a red cocktail dress.
“Naturally, I was way too chicken to talk to her. I’m good with girls, but not that girl.
“I figured, she probably got approached by every guy everywhere she went. Brushing dudes like me off was probably second nature to her.
“Didn’t stop me from checking her out all night, though.
“I went back the next week. She was there again. And the week after. And the next.
“Always with her girlfriends. Never with a guy.
“Finally, I couldn’t take it anymore. I’d seen her and her party shooting pool more often than not.
“So I braced myself with a little liquid courage. And then I went over and invited them to join me in a game of nine ball.
“Long story short, we made plans to meet up there at the Pony again the next week.
“That second time is when I got her phone number. Then we started seeing each other outside Thursday night, in places other than the Pony.
“Let me just say, the past two years have been the best of my life. I thought I’d been in love before. But being with Spencer, that totally redefined what I understood as ‘love.’
“I wanted to be with her all the time. I wanted to share everything with her. The joke I made up in the shower. The headline on page three of the paper. Everything.
“She was my first thought in the morning. She was the last thing I saw when I went to sleep at night.
“No matter what else happened, it was absolute bliss.”
Table of Contents
- 1 Wondering How To Get Over Someone Fast? Here’s What You Need To Know…
- 2 Too Good to be True?
- 3 You Can Try to Get Over Her—But It Won’t Help
- 4 Derek’s Analysis: Where Colby Went Wrong
- 5 The Mistake We All Make When We Get Dumped
- 6 How To Get Over Someone You Love? Guess What… You Don’t
- 7 How To Stop Being A Nice Guy… And Start Winning Instead
- 8 Why Pickup Artist (PUA) Tricks Will Not Help You Much
- 9 How To Get Her Back: By Pulling Her Emotional Triggers
- 10 How To Seal The Deal With Your Ex: Use Fractionation!
Too Good to be True?
Well, I’ll say this: Colby’s relationship with Spencer sounded fantastic.
I was actually a little jealous. I know the thrill of meeting the perfect person. Of becoming infatuated. Of falling into a wonderful life together.
But I’ll also say this: Colby wasn’t sitting in my office because his relationship with Spencer was all roses.
“And then she just left you?” I asked him.
He nodded, looking more than a little overwhelmed. I passed him a box of tissues, then busied myself looking for something on the bookshelf behind me.
After a moment or two, I turned back, set a certain book on my desk. Colby had composed himself, but still clutched the tissue in his fist.
“That was a while ago, wasn’t it?” I asked him.
“Yeah. Just like that, she lost interest in me. And it’s been months, and I just can’t get over her. I can’t stand to go drink or shoot pool at the Pony anymore. Or any of those other places we used to go together.”
“Okay,” I said, “but have you tried dating anyone else?”
“I’m just not interested. She’s all I can think about. I need to know how to save this relationship. I can’t get into anyone else.”
“Because they’re not her.”
He nodded again, wiping his nose with the tissue.
You Can Try to Get Over Her—But It Won’t Help
“But that,” I went on, “was after you tried working things out with her.”
“A lot,” he agreed.
“Go over for me, again, what you did.”
“What didn’t I do?” He stared at the ceiling. “I tried talking to her. I told her how much I loved her, how much I needed her. That I would do anything for her, to keep her in my life.
“But she just kept saying that she didn’t love me anymore. Wouldn’t want to lead me on.”
“So that was that, huh?”
“Okay. What’d you do after that?”
“You know, the usual stuff you’re supposed to do to get over someone. I talked about it with my friends. I went out to new places. Tried writing poetry to express what I was feeling—get in touch with myself, you know?”
“Yeah, I know. Let me guess—none of that has done the trick, has it?”
He silently shook his head.
“And now you’re here.”
Derek’s Analysis: Where Colby Went Wrong
Let’s take a timeout to review.
To get over Spencer, Colby tried doing things like:
- Working through his emotions.
- Talking things through with his friends.
- Trying new activities to distract himself.
- Meeting new people he might connect with.
These probably sound familiar to you. They’re all common pieces of rebound advice. You see them recommended everywhere…
…and guess what? They’re pretty much crap.
Sure, they might fool you into thinking that you feel a little better. Just a little.
But then what happens next?
You find yourself in another relationship. It’s great for a while. Then you split.
You’re left feeling lost and anguished. Some more.
And you go looking for advice on how to ease your suffering again.
In other words, that cycle serves no purpose. Except to increase traffic and circulation for certain websites and magazines. You know, those ones handing out advice about getting over an ex.
Guess what happens when they told you the one, true secret way to get over being dumped by someone you love?
Those businesses would go bust instantly, that’s what.
But don’t worry. Your troubles are officially over.
Because I’m going to share that secret with you here.
The Mistake We All Make When We Get Dumped
I took a deep breath and a moment to examine Colby once more.
Shallow, neatly trimmed and combed beard.
Argyle sweater—worn ironically, of course.
“Colby,” I finally said, “you have one very serious problem.”
“Unrequited love?” he ventured.
“Sure. If you want to think of it like that. Do you know why that’s your biggest problem?”
“Because I’ll never be with someone I love that much again?”
“Well, with that attitude, no, you won’t.”
“It was a once-in-a-lifetime thing, man,” Colby protested. “It’s not like I can connect on a deep, emotional level with just any person I meet.”
“No, you’re absolutely right,” I quickly agreed. “It’s rare to have the kind of fulfillment you found with her. Me, I think that’s what people talk about when they use the term ‘soul mates.’ You know what I mean?
“So, tell me. What do you think when you hear ‘soul mate,’ Colby?”
He didn’t even hesitate. “Someone you’re meant to be with.”
“Exactly!” He jumped a little as I clapped my hands once, leaned forward. “That’s your problem, Colby.”
He stared blankly at me. “That I’m supposed to be with someone I can’t be with?”
My turn to shake my head. “No, Colby.” I couldn’t help but grin.
“Your problem is that you’re letting her go.”
How To Get Over Someone You Love? Guess What… You Don’t
Colby kept staring at me for a second while that fact sunk in.
“So what you’re saying is,” he began slowly, “is that I shouldn’t be trying to get over her?”
“So, what, I’m just supposed to be miserable for the rest of my life?”
“Sure,” I said, swiveling casually in my office chair, “you could do that. Or you could, you know, go get her back.”
“I told you, man, I tried that.”
“Yeah, exactly.” I stopped swaying, sat face to face with him. “You tried. Now, with my help, you’re going to succeed.”
Needless to say, I had Colby’s attention.
“Colby, listen closely, because this is very important. You seem like a nice guy.” I stared at him, dead on. “Knock that crap off.”
“I’m… er, what?” He was thoroughly confused.
I leaned back in my seat. “You ever listen to Green Day?” I asked him, which did nothing to relieve his confusion. “Not that garbage American Idiot album and after—I mean old school. Nimrod. The lead track is called ‘Nice Guys Finish Last.’”
I folded my hands on my lap. “Nice guys finish last, Colby. Sure, being a nice guy got you the girl. But it couldn’t keep her.
“You wanna get Spencer back?
“Knock off the nice guy crap.”
How To Stop Being A Nice Guy… And Start Winning Instead
“There are two things you need to understand,” I told Colby.
“The first is that women are irrational creatures.
They think with their emotions, not their brains. If you want to call that thinking.
The second is that women like anticipation.
They like a chase. They’re not interested in stories where they already know what will happen.
And third, number one and number two put you in a dominant position to covertly manipulate her emotional nature.”
I sat back in my chair, waited.
“That’s not really PC, man.”
“I never said it was. You came to me for help. This is me helping.”
“Okay.” He was at least willing to hear me out. “I’ve read about the Dark Triad characteristics about successful men, but I’m not sure I’m prepared to dip my toes into that right now.”
I took a deep breath.
“You’re a liberal arts major, right, Colby?”
“For the last few years of your life, the authorities you respect and trust have systematically brainwashed you.” I waved my hands in front of my face. “I’m not going to get into it right now.
“Look, you’re here because you want to know what the Shogun Method can do for you.” I patted the book I’d pulled from the shelf earlier. “Right?”
“Well, to get results, you need to accept two things.
“First, you are a manipulator. It is genetically encoded into you as a human and a male.
“Second, every time you’re honest with Spencer, you lose the advantage in your relationship. Manipulation, by definition, requires secrecy. Misdirection is key.”
“Stop.” I held up my hands again as Colby began to protest again. “I’ve heard it before.”
“My only response is: if you argue with it, it’ll never work.
“But you can ask anyone who’s come to me while in your position.
“You just have to do it and see the results.”
“So this is like some kind of Pickup Artist thing?” he asked me.
“Nope.” I grinned again. “Those guys are cheap amateurs. They’ve got nothing on me.”
Why Pickup Artist (PUA) Tricks Will Not Help You Much
“Sure,” I went on, “they might help you seal the deal. But then you’ll run into the same problem—keeping it sealed.
“You really love this girl,” I asked Colby, “right?”
“Yes.” He nodded. “Absolutely.”
“And you want to be with her forever. Yes?”
“That’s good. Because what I’m going to teach will make that happen. By doing this one thing you’ll be stuck in her mind like a leech. You’ll keep her interested as long as you want. And when you’re not around, she’ll miss you like crazy.
“But I also have to warn you.
“If you ever leave her after this, it will destroy her. Totally, mentally, emotionally.
“You don’t want that to happen, do you?”
He shook his head fiercely. “No way!”
I smiled. “Excellent. Now, let’s get started.
“You still keep in touch with her, don’t you? Still ‘friends’?”
He nodded again. “Yeah.”
“Good. Perfect. Now, the next time she calls you, here’s what needs to happen…”
How To Get Her Back: By Pulling Her Emotional Triggers
I wasn’t lying to Colby. The secret I shared with him works like superglue.
It creates an unbreakable bond.
So, you want to know what I told Colby? How I helped him get Spencer back?
No, sorry, I misspoke—how I helped him get the future Mrs. Colby back?
Yup, they’re engaged!
Like I said, I didn’t lie to Colby.
What I told him totally worked. Just like I promised.
The first thing Colby had to do was to elicit a strong emotional response from Spencer.
So, what happened the next time it was raining and Spencer thought she could con a free ride to class with Colby?
Well, get this: Colby was unexpectedly busy. Watching a movie. With a girl. Who Spencer could hear giggling in the background.
That got her attention.
She didn’t think about it. She just reacted.
Because her Colby was alone with another girl. A giggling one, no less.
Don’t underestimate the power of jealousy inside a woman.
And from there, it was easy. Too easy, in fact.
Because I had taught Colby all about Fractionation.
It was with Fractionation that she had sealed the deal with Spencer. You’ll find out what it’s all about next… so pay close attention!
How To Seal The Deal With Your Ex: Use Fractionation!
Fractionation is a form of covert hypnosis. Or Mind Control, if you will.
And that is what sets the Shogun Method apart from lame Pickup Artist tricks.
Pickup Artists get fast gratification through fake intimacy. It’s superficial, shallow and temporary.
Shogun Method, on the other hand, enslaves a woman’s mind. The effect is deep, real and permanent.
So, you ask, how can it do that?
Well, Fractionation achieves its purpose by taking your woman on an emotional roller coaster ride. From the highest rises to the lowest drops, you are in control of what she feels.
In its essence, Fractionation is targeted storytelling.
More accurately, it’s a three hundred megaton, laser-guided technique guaranteed to permanently flatten her emotional bulwarks.
And then you can march right in there and plant your flag.
(If you know what I mean.)
And, to that end, I’m making this online Fractionation Masterclass available to you.
Still wondering how to get over someone you love deeply? Here’s the answer: you don’t.
Instead, you’ll go get her back.
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