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How To Get Someone To Like You Back ...Using The “Mere Exposure Effect” 

Want to know how to get boys to like you?
Want to know how to get girls to like you?

Here's a little known psychology phenomenon to keep in mind...

The “mere exposure effect” is a phenomenon whereby we tend to get to like people (or things) that we are constantly exposed to. The more we are exposed to them, the more familiar we become with them.

…And consequently the more we get to like them.

I don’t know if you’ve ever met a celebrity, but if you have you’ve probably noticed how even ordinary celebrities can seem quiet good looking if you see them in the flesh. This is because we have become so used to seeing them on TV that our minds get used to them and we are comfortable with their looks and can even find them attractive.

Repetition leads to programming. And it's this type of programming effect that you will want to achieve in the mind of the person you like. You want to program their mind to think about you constantly and therefore get them more used to the idea of going out with you and start developing emotions for you.

How does the “mere exposure effect” work?

The reason the mere exposure effect works is because familiarity creates likability. The more we are exposed to a person, the more familiar we become with them …and consequently the more we get to like them. This is how to get boys to like you ...and how to get girls to like you.

Studies have shown that not only does this effect cause the person to like you more …but that it also causes them to actually think of you as more attractive than you would be to someone who just met you for the first time.

This is an important phenomenon to be aware of when trying to make someone like or love you. In order to get someone to like or love you, you need to constantly position yourself in the same environment as them.

How do I take advantage of this?

People tend to fall in love with those that they have become familiar with through their environment. Yes, love at first sight does happen …but more often than not, it’s actually the programming effect caused by the “mere exposure effect” that causes someone to fall in love.

Therefore, if you know where the person you like hangs out, or know where they go for a walk or run in the evening time etc…you should try and make yourself present at these same places. It’s not necessary to try to interact with the person during these times, but instead simply let the other persons subconscious become more and more familiar with your presence.

This is how you implement the mere exposure effect.

The more the person gets to know you and see you around, the more likely they are to get to like you back through the familiarity effect this will have on them. After the person has been programmed into seeing you around a lot, then you will be in a stronger position to approach that person and say hi.

Taking Things Further…

Once you have taken advantage of the mere exposure effect, you will want to ramp things up to the next level. By now, you will have stuck in the persons subconscious mind …but you now need to stick in the persons conscious mind.

In my book “THE LOVEMAP CODE: How To Make Someone Fall In Love With You Using Psychology” …I show in more detail how to stick in both the conscious and subconscious parts of the persons mind.

When you stick in both parts of the persons mind, this is when love is formed. The person will begin to wonder why they are thinking of you so much …and the only conclusion they will be able to come to is that you must be “The One”. 


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