A disaffected female modern history teacher falls prey to a rogue form of superhuman who have discovered how to willfully evolve their own minds to give them all sorts of new abilities—particularly, psionosexual domination.
When a journalist friend asks for his help to track down a missing girl, they uncover disturbing shennanigans on campus that threaten to complicate his life.
Which brings us to a notion that I articulated in which has a funny way of always resurfacing on this blog: “Men look for sex and find love.” This doesn’t mean he’s a player or a liar or a loser. The way he figures out if he really wants to be in a relationship with you is based on the quality time you spend talking over that first month or two.
This doesn’t mean he doesn’t want to be a good husband and father one day. This is completely separate from his desire to sleep with you.
Now, I know you've probably never heard of me - I was content to stay in the background, training guys to get fast and easy success with women in my training programs.
I am a recovering nice guy who realized that modern culture has it backwards.
In 99% of relationships, either he’s breaking up with you or you’re breaking up with him. Which means that there’s a bit of risk involved in any relationship, and there’s not a single thing that your trusty dating coach can do to entirely eliminate that risk. This disconnect explains almost all of the friction in dating and once you understand it, you can make a permanent adjustment.