Are you in a relationship right now, but you feel you’re heading for a breakup?
Want to know if you’re doing something wrong?
If you’re doing a bit of “troubleshooting” in your relationship right now, that’s great. It means you care.
And yes, it also means you know the danger is real.
You know, deep inside, that a failure in a relationship is a failure of leadership. And since Mother Nature meant for YOU to be the leader of your relationship, you know that if it fails, it’s on you.
That’s why I write articles like this one. I want to help good, prudent, responsible men like you SUCCEED in their relationships.
In this article, I will show you the top three relationship mistakes that lead to breakups.
Plus, I’ll also teach you the ONE THING you need to do to prevent the breakup from happening.
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Relationship Mistakes That Lead To Breakups
The first relationship mistake that leads to breakups is when you don’t “inoculate” your girlfriend against other men.
This and the other two mistakes were first identified by my friend and mentor, Derek Rake.
And in case you haven’t heard of Derek, he founded the Shogun Method school of relationships. He teaches men how to use applied psychology to lead successful relationships – from how to manage your girlfriend or handle your wife to using Mind Control on them.
And one of Derek’s core principles happens to be this. You MUST inoculate or segregate your woman from other men.
Of course, that doesn’t mean you should lock her away like some freak. That’s nuts.
Instead, I’m talking about EMOTIONAL inoculation.
That is, you want her to see you as the absolute BEST guy in the world for her. That way, even if other, younger, richer, or better-looking men try to steal her away from you, she won’t budge. She’ll stay with you because it’s the OBVIOUS CHOICE to make.
That’s Shogun Method’s emotional inoculation, and I’ll tell you more about it later in this guide.
For now, let’s move on to the second mistake, which is when you’re “not man enough” for her.
So what does that mean?
“Not being man enough” simply means you’re not strong and dominant enough for her. In your relationship, you’re NOT the leader. And instead, SHE feels like she’s the leader because she can easily influence your decisions.
Luckily enough, the technique you’ll learn later in this video will solve this problem, too. So stay tuned for that.
And lastly, the third mistake is when you work harder and harder to please her when she’s unhappy.
This is an easy mistake to make, right? When she’s unhappy, you try to make her happy. Seems logical.
The problem is that when she’s unhappy, the problem is EMOTIONAL, not logical. And taking a logical approach to an emotional problem is a recipe for disaster1.
And you’ll see it – when you try to please her, she’ll be happy for a while. And yet after a few days, she’s back to her sullen, moody, nitpicky self again.
So pleasing her when she’s unhappy is the worst thing you can do.
Now, a quick recap:
The top three relationship mistakes that lead to breakups are:
- When you don’t inoculate her against other men…
- Not being man enough for her…
- And when you work harder and harder to please her when she’s unhappy.
So what should you do?
Luckily, the solution to all three mistakes is one and the same.
It’s called the Shogun Method‘s “Antihero Frame,” and I’ll tell you all about it in just a moment.
It’ll inoculate her against other men, AND it’ll make her see you as the strongest, most dominant guy she’ll ever meet.
Fractionation: “Antihero Frame”
Most guys automatically try to be the “hero” for their girlfriend.
- They treat her with the utmost respect and give her complete freedom.
- They do whatever they can to keep her.
- And when she’s unhappy, they’ll drop whatever they’re doing to save their “damsel in distress.”
The Antihero Frame is the exact opposite of that.
As an Antihero, you don’t see her as your “damsel.” Instead, you see her as your SIDEKICK.
You’re not Superman, and she’s not Lois Lane.
Instead, think of yourself as more like Batman, and she’s Catwoman.
And you do three distinct things in your relationship with her:
First, you DO NOT give her complete freedom. Instead, you set rules and boundaries for your relationship. This is a non-negotiable first step. Remember: you’re not a pushover.
Secondly, you DO NOT do whatever you can to keep her. Instead, if she doesn’t like your rules for the relationship, you don’t change the rules – you change your sidekick.
In other words, it’s your way or the highway. That’s the second thing you should do. And it doesn’t matter if she threatens to leave you, or “go on a break”.
And the third thing is this: You do not put her in any position where she needs to be “saved” by you.
Instead, she’s your sidekick. You go on adventures together – you lead, and she supports you.
See the huge difference?
The three distinctions above may seem harsh or misogynistic. And yet if you try it out, you’ll soon realize your girlfriend has never been happier and more contented in her life.
Besides, what’s more important – the opinions of a politically-correct society? Or your girlfriend’s happiness? The answer is easy.
That’s the Antihero Frame. With it, you’ll make your girlfriend attracted to you as long as you want.
So why does the Antihero Frame work so well?
It’s because it operates on three scientific truths:
- The first truth is that a woman is happiest NOT when she’s “strong and independent.” Instead, she’s happiest when she attaches herself to a strong, dominant man with a mission in life.
- The second truth is that a woman’s deepest emotional need is not happiness, security, or being “saved.” Instead, her deepest emotional need is drama and excitement.
- The third truth is that every relationship comes in stages2, and adopting the Antihero Frame will escalate her up these stages smoothly.
If you’re a “hero” to her, you’ll probably satisfy just one of the two truths above, if you’re lucky.
Yet as an Antihero, you’ll satisfy both EASY.
How To Be An Antihero
Now here’s the challenge: What EXACTLY are the things you need to do to become an Antihero?
That’s a tough one because the answers would easily fill a few books.
And yet, if there was just ONE THING you could do to achieve Antihero status, it would be to master one technique.
That technique is called “Fractionation.3”
What is Fractionation?
It’s a Dark Mind Control technique developed by Derek Rake. It’s the central technique in his Shogun Method school.
In a nutshell, Fractionation is a storytelling technique – meaning ANYONE can learn it. It’s meant to put your girlfriend on emotional rollercoasters. These are thrill rides that snap her out of whatever mindset she’s in and makes her pay full attention to you.
And when she’s in that state – paying full attention to you for leadership – that’s when the magic happens. You become her Antihero and she can settle into the “sidekick” role where she, by nature, is happiest.
Now, I can’t explain the whole of Fractionation here.
That’s why I’m going to let Derek Rake himself teach it to you.
In his Online Masterclass, Derek will teach you everything about the Fractionation technique. And that includes how to use it on your girlfriend RIGHT NOW to keep your relationship strong and happy.
Remember: If you don’t do something drastic NOW, then your relationship WILL end. The breakup won’t be a matter of “if,” but “when.”
My advice? Take charge of your destiny as an Antihero would.
Click on this link NOW and sign up for Derek’s Online Masterclass on Mind Control. Do it now.REFERENCES
- Birchler, Gary R., and Linda J. Webb. “Discriminating interaction behaviors in happy and unhappy marriages.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 45.3 (1977): 494[↩]
- See my guide on the IRAE Model[↩]
- Frank N. Acton, “Fractionation In Psychology”. View Abstract[↩]