Posts Tagged ‘psychology’

Win your ex-girlfriend back for only $47

August 10, 2008


“Discover Dirty Psychological Tricks To Quickly & Easily Win A Girlfriend Back After A Breakup…”

Such is the claim of Ex Girlfriend Guru Matt Huston. His system for winning back an ex-girlfriend claims to have an 83.6% success rate. 1 of my favorite courses in grad school was “Data Analysis.” Boring, sure, but it was quite insightful in demonstrating how incredibly easy it is to make just about any set of numbers you collect say just about whatever you want it to say.

The Guru’s system claims to solve 2 of your problems:

1. You’re going to get your ex girlfriend back.

2. After you get her back, you’re going to “train” her to treat you like a King.

Included in this package is the book “Ex2-How to Win Your Girlfriend Back” and a sure to be controversial guide to female psychology titled “Train Your Girlfriend.” Highlights from “Train Your Girlfriend” include:

Learn the little known method for “training” your girlfriend to behave in all the right ways. Say goodbye to bratty, bitchy mood swings for good! (See Pages #39 – 45)

The #1 most important thing ALL MEN must know before getting into a relationship. (See Page #13)

Discover the key to keeping your girlfriend attracted to you for as long as you want. Adopt these powerful secrets and you’ll be batting women off you like mosquitoes on blood. (See Page #19)

How to virtually “cheat proof” your girlfriend so she’ll become super loyal, very quickly. (See Page #33)

Ck. out the whole system at ExGirlfriendGuru.com

Cell phones-the latest media-created “addiction”

June 14, 2008

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Two children are learning to live without their mobile phones after becoming so badly addicted to the technology they were admitted to a mental health clinic.

They were brought in after spending an average of six hours a day on their phones, talking, texting or playing games.

Their parents became concerned that the children, aged 12 and 13, were unable to carry out normal activities without their handsets. They were failing at school and deceiving relatives in an attempt to obtain more money for phone cards.

However, it may take a year to wean them off the “drug”, said Dr Maite Utgès, director of the Child and Youth Mental Health Centre in Lleida, north-east Spain, where they have been treated for the past three months.

“It is the first time we have used a specific treatment to cure a dependence on the mobile phone,” she said. “They both showed disturbed behaviour and this exhibited itself in failure at school. They both had serious difficulties leading normal lives.”

Both children had had their own phones for 18 months and were not controlled by their parents.

“One paid for their phone by getting money from the grandmother and other family members, without explaining what they were going to do with it,” said Dr Utgès.

At least two cases of phone addiction have been reported in Britain where young people who were obsessed with their phones and became depressed when the number of incoming calls or messages dropped.

Let’s get ripped…hit that speed dial.