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Can you make someone love you against their will?

In short - Yes and No :-)

Let me explain...

You cannot make someone love you against their will. But that doesn't mean you can't make them fall in love with you. What I mean by this is, in order to make someone fall in love with you who seems unwilling, you first need to CHANGE their will ...from being against falling in love with you, to being open to falling in love with you.

You can't make someone do something against their will. But you can get them to change their will ...thereby opening the door to them doing that thing which they were initially against doing. This is a key point to understand in the psychology of making someone fall in love with you, especially if right now you feel the particular person you want to make fall in love with you is out of your reach.

And this can be done regardless of your looks, your personality ...or if the person currently holds a negative opinion of you (for whatever reason).

How can I do this?

First off, we need to clarify what we mean by "against their will" in terms of making someone fall in love with you. There are two main kinds:

  1. The person is against falling in love in general because of some hidden psychological effect from their past.
  2. The person may be specifically against falling in love with you because they currently don't see you as boyfriend/girlfriend material.

With regard to the first point above, when we think of the word “love” we generally associate it with positivity. However, the reality is that for some people the term “love” conjures up feelings of both positivity …AND negativity.

And if you want to make one of these people fall in love with you, you will need to actively work towards removing this negative association towards falling in love …and more specifically towards the idea of falling in love with YOU

The reality is that love and pain go hand in hand. And some people are more aware of this reality than others. It may stem from a childhood experience, a past relationship experience or an inner psychological conflict the person may have.

In my book “THE LOVEMAP CODE: How To Make Someone Fall In Love With You Using Psychology” …I reveal how to uncover any fears the person may have like this. I then show how to not only remove these fears and worries etc …but actually use them to make that person fall in love with you.

Do you have some examples?

A person may fear falling in love in general …or fear falling in love specifically with you. THE LOVEMAP CODE program covers both.

But what’s important to realize is that such fears will be specific to the specific person you are trying to make fall in love with you. And you will only be able to find out those specific fears by analyzing the specific person. This is what THE LOVEMAP CODE program shows you how to do.

Can you make someone love you? Yes! But you need the specific advice which I give in the program. Specific advice is not something I can give here in this article ...as I cannot specifically analyse your specific target person here, having never met them.

What kind of things in general do people fear about falling in love?

Some general things that can cause people to fear falling in love include…

  • Fear Of The Unknown: As human beings, it is natural for us to fear that which we do not know. Since we never know how a new relationship will actually work out, this triggers the fear of the unknown in many of us because of the many risks involved in entering a new romantic relationship. The persons subconscious mind realizes that they are placing themselves at risk by trusting someone who is more or less a complete stranger in a new relationship and thus, their psychological defenses are activated.

    In such a situation, you would need to display to the person that you are someone who can be trusted …and someone who is looking for similar relationship values as they themselves are looking for.

  • Love Can Bring Past Wounds To Light: A new relationship can dig up a persons past wounds – especially if they have been through a troubled relationship before. In fact, it can even bring up some deep-seated emotional wounds from their childhood. This is one reason why some people can be afraid of intimacy in a relationship, because the closer they get to someone, the more likely they are to be affected by any emotional trauma from their past. In some cases, the feeling of love can actually be psychologically linked with the emotional trauma.

    In such a situation, it would be a good idea to display to the person that you are someone who likes to take things slow in a relationship. This way they will be able to feel more secure about entering into a relationship with you.

  • Fear Of Non-Reciprocal love: Many people are hesitant to fall in love with someone for the fear that they might love someone more than the other person loves them (or visa versa). The truth is that love is always unequal and there’s really no such thing as truly reciprocal love. The opposite might also be true and they might be afraid of hurting you because you cannot love them as much as they love you. Again, by displaying to the person that you are someone who likes to take things slow in a relationship will help them come to terms with this reality that often forms part of a relationship.

Some other but less common reasons include…

  • Cutting Off Family Ties: Entering into a romantic relationship often signals the true start of adult life and real emancipation from your family. While it might not necessarily result in a physical separation, your mind recognizes that you are now going to be living a new, separate life together with your loved one. At this point, many people cannot let go of the lingering attachment that they have for their family because of the fear that they would need to give them up completely.

    In such a situation, you would need to display to the person that family is something very important to you …and is not something you would be willing to give up (or expect the other person to give up) once you enter into a relationship together. This way you would be directly addressing their fear …and providing assurance.

  • Losing Your Individuality: Each of us has a need to be on our own sometimes. But the thought of entering into a relationship with someone (especially a marriage relationship) can make some people worry that they will lose their own private space.

    In such a situation, you should try and make it clear to the person that your view is that just because you are in a relationship with someone …it doesn’t mean that each of you should lose your individuality. And that maintaining some private time is something that’s important to you when you enter into a relationship.

Whatever fear the person may have about falling in love with you, you will need to actively remove that fear …otherwise the person will never be able to fall in love with you REGARDLESS of any efforts you might be putting in elsewhere to making them fall in love with you.

Can you make someone love you against their will? Yes. You just need to change their will using a set of simple psychological techniques. 


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