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March 24th, 2017
Installing Hyper Effective "Social Calibration" And "Empathy" Into Students (And Yourself!)
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#31
Starno

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Isn't that Push - pull ?

Basically push is when you impose your frame to the girl.

And pull is more when you want to relate to her.
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Resmat

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Starno wrote:
Isn't that Push - pull ?

Basically push is when you impose your frame to the girl.

And pull is more when you want to relate to her.
yeah.. I feel like aggression/tenderness also kind of relates to outer/inner game

being aggressive is your outer game, being physical, intent, eye contact, body longuage, etc..

inner is the tenderness.. freedom from outcome, not being needy, etc.
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 I just recently watched the Alexander Hot Seat ... I think he had a multitude of examples like this combination of empathy and sociopathy.
Is it like ...

You come out as a physical guy.  You over calibrate the physical with the girl.  The girl thinks that you are to physical.  You calibrate by saying, "Sorry, I was raised with 3 brothers.  I may come out too physical and don't know how to be gentle with girls."
- Concluding with you understanding how the girl feels, rationalizing why you are a physical guy and finally ending with the girl allowing your physical behavior ... is it like this?

I think Julien explained this in his first Hot seat, where he immediatly isolates the girl from her group off the open.  Then he rationalizes to the girl's thought of, "Does this guy know what he is doing?", by saying ,"I am such an asshole for stealing you from your friends" ... is this an example of empathy + sociopathy?

Hehe, sorry if my grammar is off ... I am asian and my english is not great ^_^!  <--- (Is this also empathy + sociopathy)

Thanks for the help!

Donston!

PS: Great topic and explanation of empathy + sociopathy, TYLER!
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#34

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idea
donston wrote:
 I just recently watched the Alexander Hot Seat ... I think he had a multitude of examples like this combination of empathy and sociopathy.
Is it like ...

You come out as a physical guy.  You over calibrate the physical with the girl.  The girl thinks that you are to physical.  You calibrate by saying, "Sorry, I was raised with 3 brothers.  I may come out too physical and don't know how to be gentle with girls."
- Concluding with you understanding how the girl feels, rationalizing why you are a physical guy and finally ending with the girl allowing your physical behavior ... is it like this?

I think Julien explained this in his first Hot seat, where he immediatly isolates the girl from her group off the open.  Then he rationalizes to the girl's thought of, "Does this guy know what he is doing?", by saying ,"I am such an asshole for stealing you from your friends" ... is this an example of empathy + sociopathy?

Hehe, sorry if my grammar is off ... I am asian and my english is not great ^_^!  <--- (Is this also empathy + sociopathy)

Thanks for the help!

Donston!

PS: Great topic and explanation of empathy + sociopathy, TYLER!

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#35

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Get guys to abolish negging. Most guys I included just don't use it correctly. I'll say something and the girl will be like wtf... luckily I'm spotting that it's not working for me. I'll be better off with fun light hearted teasing and pulling them back so that's my goal from now on. 

Tbh I think guys need to actually hang out with girls to learn empathy.  We hang around with other guys all the time but it's not very empathetic,  we just constantly mess around.  

It's very difficult  teach as it's gained through emotional intelligence from constant experiences but beliefs also affect a persons empathy. I'm not sure the balance between pushy and empathy can be taught,  only gained through trial and error but one must have empathy in the first place...

I believe getting students to actively engage in empathy after pushing may help students.  But they must have a peer to review afterwards and tell them if they needed more or less empathy towards how the girl felt. Sure some students will say 'whatever' but once they see results then there's their carrot.  
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#36
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is better to learn to be assertive first because you learn to say NO even if some people will get pissed off... have to learn to deal with angry people when following your goals coming from the high value place

then you develop empathy.. you understand the girl, listening etc etc.. but you take it just as info for not doing shit you don't want to do.. not as a "i will do what she wants" device... its very different being empathic as a way to share who you are in a better way VS being empathic as if you had some obligation to validate the girl without any reason

if you learn empathy before stopping being a you will feel that "understanding the girl" means "do what she wants".. and it's not that...

the point... i don't think that there is a "balance" between assertiveness and empathy like "right amounts"

i feel you should be a kick ass empathic listener and AT THE SAME TIME assertive like a old high status grand father
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#37

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In terms of one's own mind frame, I think it's important to remind yourself that you are talking to a person. Like a big sticking point for me right now is that I treat women like objects for hanky panky.
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#38

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Some things that have helped me become better with calibration and empathy (in random order) :
* experience
* asking my wing to hit me on my arm when I spit stuff in a robotic routine way
* NVC (non violent communication) which helped me with my relationship
* focus your attention on the girl while looking in her eyes
* apologize if needed
* step back if needed
* meditation
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#39
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Solid video.  
Tyler wrote:
THANKS guys!!

Ya this post is for some research I'm doing towards a larger article / video, so I now see a bunch of areas to look into.

ImmortalEngineer I'm heading to Atlanta tomorrow, but am working on this in all my spare time, to better understand how to communicate all this.

I've also found an Elliiot Hulse video that is eerily similar to what I was saying.  WATCH IT.



Tyler
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Paris Boum Boum

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IMO the pedagogical problem is the following :
-on the one hand you teach student how to push through their comfort zone and do what their emotions tell them not to do (approach, escalate, etc) = shut down the emotions
-but at the same time you want them to say in touch with their emotions so as to keep an empathetic relationship to the people they are talking to = stay in touch with the emotions

I may be wrong, but the solution to this could be radical honesty, authenticity : push the comfort zone, but at the same time express how you feel and how you make the other feel instead of trying to be James Bond when it's not the case. That way you take right action, but you also keep space for empathy. 

Thanks for the starvation analogy, it's a great one and explains a lot. 
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