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How do you make someone fall in love with you ...if you have nothing to offer them? 

To find out how to do this, first consider this...

Without doubt, one of the strangest oddities in the world is gold. Or to be more exact - the value we place on gold.

Mining companies spend millions of dollars each year in the remotest parts of the world searching for tiny amounts of this metal. But the thing is that this metal has, in and of itself, very little use.

If you had vast quantities of gold it wouldn’t have anywhere near the usefullness that iron and steel has. You couldn’t build skyscrapers or motor cars with gold because gold is too soft a metal. Neither could you make even simple utensils like knives of forks out of it.

Brass and other alloys have a similar color to gold so its not as if the color of the metal gold is of any intrinsic value. So why is it then that we place so much value on something that doesn’t have much value in and of itself?

Here’s why…

Gold has a perceived value …not a real value. And when something has a perceived value …it equates to, in the human mind, to real value.

Golds perceived value stems from its quantity. There’s only enough gold in the world to fill about 3 Olympic sized swimming pools. And considering the size of the world, that’s a very small amount. So if something doesn’t have real value …it can still be considered valuable if it has some perceived value attached to it (like in the case of gold, it’s perceived value is derived from the fact that there is so little of it).

So, how do you make someone fall in love with you using this information? We can make use of the way the human mind works like this when trying to make someone fall in love with you. Even if you don’t feel you have real value in some area of your life …then you can still attach a perceived value to yourself to make someone fall in love with you.

All you need to do is substitute the real value ...for a perceived value. 

Let’s take a few examples of this…

For example, if you don’t have lots of money and you want to make someone fall in love with you that finds wealth attractive, then you can still make that person fall in love with you …by substituting real value for perceived value.

In this scenario, if you were to display to the person that you have:

  • Drive
  • Will-power
  • Ambition

…Then this person would be attracted to you because even though you don’t have lots of money, these are the qualities that the human mind associates with successful wealthy people.

You might not be wealthy now …but their subconscious will recognise that you possess the qualities of the type of person they are looking for. This in turn will translate across into the persons conscious mind ...and they will begin to find your attractive even though you don't directly possess the quality (wealth) that they had been looking for. 

How do you make someone fall in love with you ...if they want someone that’s good looking?

When I was growing up, there was a girl in my local town that all the guys loved. It always stumped me why they all found her so attractive ...because to me she just seemed ordinary. But after a while I began to find her attractive too.

How did this happen?

Simple - it was due to something called “social proof”. If your three best friends think that a girl is desirable …then overtime you will begin to acquire the same beliefs about that girl …NOT because she actually is desirable, but because you will see that your friends like her.

This is what happened in my situation.

A perceived value compensated for a lacking real value.   

Even if you feel you are not “good-looking” enough in the physical sense to attract the person you like, there are ways to circumvent this and attach perceived value in place of the real value. Social proof is just one way. There are many others which I reveal in my book “THE LOVEMAP CODE: How To Make Someone Fall In Love With You Using Psychology”.

But Most People Don’t Even Realize They Have A Choice!

Most people think that if you don’t have real value then you can never make someone fall in love with you. They then get depressed thinking about their lack of a real value in some area of their lives …making it all the more difficult to make the specific person they like/love fall in love with them.

Even worse, some people don’t even try to get with the person they really want because of this. They let “The One” slip away into the arms of someone else without realizing that they have the ability to get with that person ...if only they had the right knowledge in front of them.

In my book “THE LOVEMAP CODE: How To Make Someone Fall In Love With You Using Psychology” …I reveal the full set of knowledge necessary to make someone fall in love with you …even if you think that person is “above your league” or you think you lack in some area of your life that would prevent them from ever falling in love with you. All is requires is the correct knowledge. 


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