Jewish Journal

Neil Strauss on MANsches

by Orit Arfa

December 21, 2009 | 5:29 pm

Okay…So Neil Strauss, author of The Game, the life-changing pick-up guide for men around the world, does not know what MANsch means. I don’t think he visited my site: www.mansch.net which offers a definition of MANsch. But Strauss’ blog actually provides a good description of MANsch qualities.

Here’s an excerpt. For the rest go click here

The guy who fails at the game is the one who
goes out looking for women to make him
feel good about himself.

The guy who succeeds at the game is the one
who goes out and makes other people feel good
about themselves.
This first type of guy, no one wants to be around.
He is needy. He is insecure. He is reaction-seeking.
He will suck your energy dry in his selfish quest for
your validation and approval.

This second type of guy is easy to be with. He radiates
charisma and positive energy. You enjoy his company,
as do your friends, and you want him around all the
time. You trust him, feel comfortable with him, end
up at his house at 5 a.m. wondering where all that
time went.

Both guys do and say the exact same things but get
a very different reaction from women because of the
intent they are communicating.

Visit Orit’s website dealing with the art of seduction, MANsch, and check out her eBook, Survival of the Shittest, on the subtle tests women given men on dates and throughout relationships.

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