If You're in a "Friend With Benefits" Situation, Read This...

If You’re in a “Friend With Benefits” Situation, Read This…

My friend Anne texted me last night…

I hadn’t heard from her in weeks, but she finally reached out with a simple – but alarming – text:

“Does friends-with-benefits ever turn into love?”


I had to stop and really think about that for a minute. (I’m not one to rush to text someone back – I like to give a thoughtful answer.)

So I finally sent her this:

“Are you the one in love? Or are you hoping HE will fall in love?”

I made an assumption there, sure.

But I knew where Anne’s question was coming from.

She fired back this:

“Sigh. I wish I knew if he felt the same…”

It was at this point that I called Anne up and found out that she had made a “booty call” arrangement with a guy she had been out on a few dates with.

They had hit it off in the bedroom, but he still “wanted to see other people.”

So Anne had gone along with this “friends with benefits” arrangement – in the hopes that she could sneak in to a FULL relationship through the back door of being a “FWB.”

I told her that it can happen, but it’s kind of like taking a game like Monopoly, and then changing the rules halfway through.

It’s deceptive in a way. Even if you’re just trying to create a loving relationship…

A guy can feel “tricked” or manipulated if a woman takes an FWB situation and tries to change it into a serious relationship.

Luckily, though, there IS a way to do it –

IF you know how men think about love…

You can trigger a man to feel like he’s falling in love with you – if you know how to make him FEEL in love.

He has to feel something called the “Cupid Effect”

To discover what the “Cupid Effect” is – and why it’s the secret to getting him to finally open up to you –

Go watch this short video:

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