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A woman who is perfectly satisfied can't be seduced? Is it true?

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Initial post: Jan 12, 2010 5:50:58 PM PST
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The book (i am reading the concise editon) keeps on saying that a woman who is perfectly satisfied can't be seduced. Is it true?

For example, a woman wants her boyfriend or husband to be nice to her, but as soon as he is perfectly nice to her, always available to her, always care about her, she actually loses the attraction and her mind starts to wander away, not to mention if someone is seducing her.

On the other hand, if the guy is not perfectly nice to her, she actually is less prone to being seduced -- she has enough problem to think about herself, to think about how to make the current guy be better to her, and no time to think of the "outside".
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The Concise Art of Seduction by Robert Greene (Paperback - September 4, 2003)
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