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If you want a woman to pay attention to you, there’s only one thing to do.
This tactic sounds so simple, and yet it works. All you need to do is to give a woman the cold shoulder and she’ll come running after you. It’s amazing how this works every time I use it on a woman. Try it for yourself and you’ll turn into a true believer, I bet you.
If you know Shogun Method then you’ll know why this works so well. It’s part of the two-punch Fractionation formula–first, you do the Love Bomb, and then you do the Rug Pull. The Love Bomb part is where you shower a woman with lots of attention and affection. The Rug Pull is where you go completely cold turkey and ignore her.
Fredo Hill’s video on “The Psychology of Ignoring A Woman” has since been viewed more than a million times on YouTube. He told me he had gotten a lot of questions from Shoguns about the technique, and one of the most common question was this–
“I’m sure this works on a new acquaintance… but what if she already knows me?”
“Does ignoring her turn around the problem of unrequited love?”
Or, more specifically…
“Does ignoring an ex-girlfriend or wife work?”
Well, the quick answer is YES, but it comes with a big IF.
The Condition Under Which This Technique Works
Ignoring an ex works IF and ONLY IF you’ve done the Love Bomb on her.
Remember… in Fractionation, you’ll need to make a woman BOTH happy AND sad for the emotional addiction to kick in. This means if you’ve never made her HAPPY, she won’t feel anything if you ignore her.
So, let’s say you’ve broken up with your girlfriend or wife. If she’s GLAD to have ended things with you because you’ve caused her much grief, then it’s pointless to ignore her. If anything, she’ll think “good fucking riddance” and move on with her life.
Now here’s the thing. Even if she broke up, she probably still enjoys getting attention from you. It’s a weird “woman” thing that she will want validation even from an ex-boyfriend or husband. In fact, if you move on too “quickly” then she’d probably feel offended! Strange, but true.
And as a Shogun, you should already know this: a woman’s need for validation is her biggest vulnerability. If you play your cards right, you’ll turn her hunger for attention to renewed desire for you.
And to do that, we’ve got to revisit the first principles of Shogun Method. Remember… Fractionation comes in two parts, the Positive and the Negative. Ignoring her comes second. First, you’ve got to Love Bomb her to oblivion.
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The Technique In Two Parts
So, here’s what to do: split your plan into two parts, the Love Bomb and the Rug Pull. In the Love Bomb part, turn up the dial on the mush. Send her flowers and text her cringy shit like “I miss you terribly” or “You’ve always been the one for me” or “I love you, now and forever” or some stupid love poem. You know the deal, right?
She won’t expect this, but that’s the whole point. It’s going to be interruptive by design. You’re setting her up for the Rug Pull, and she doesn’t know it yet. And then, after about a week of Love Bombing, it’s time to do the Rug Pull. Cut her off completely. When she texts you, ignore her. And when she calls you, don’t answer.
Watch her meltdown from a distance. She’s go from flustered to surprised to pissed off to panic to desperation faster than Vin Diesel in a 1968 Dodge Charger. Believe me… it will happen, and it’ll be fun to watch!
And even better… post meltdown, she’ll be the submissive girlfriend or wife you’ve ever dreamed of having, and she’ll bend over backwards even for the most ridiculous requests you have.
Now, of course, like every Shogun Method technique, there are pitfalls to avoid. Some guys overdo it and end up destroying any chance of getting back together with their ex. Look, I can’t possibly list out every single danger in this short guide. So, do the smart thing and learn Fractionation properly inside Shogun Method. It’s here.
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