I'm sure this is old news to many people here, but I was informed by a personal friend that Neil Strauss was interviewed for a new book entitled 'The Truth' on ITV show 'This Morning'. I have provided a direct link here for what I expect with only be able to be seen by UK residents.
http://www.itv.com/thismorning/hot-topi ... -the-truth
The book will be talking about Neil moving forward into his life into relationships. However what is important is his use of phrases like "insincere" when it comes to describing 'The Game' as well as his own self hatred and depression as a result of it.
Additionally there is an article here from the UK newspaper The Guardian (http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle ... book-truth
) in which he is interviewed about the book. He also makes this rather interesting quote:
“I think that a lot of guys who read The Game, they think that they’re fooling or tricking women. But most women are smart enough to know exactly what you’re doing. They just might like you enough to go along with it. I think one of the misconceptions is that someone else can be tricked into doing something they don’t want to.”
What is your reaction to the above statement? As a result of knowing this, is there any reason to bother with all these techniques such as 'negging' or 'DHV' in order to attempt to gain the interests of a woman when in all likelihood that she liked you anyway?
Genuinely interested to hear your reactions to this. Is it game over? If so, then why is that? And if not then why is that instead?
Thanks in advance.