The Point of No Return – Why She Flakes on You After a “Good” Date

Todd Dates, Escalation, Female Psychology, Flaking, Flipping the Script, Outer Game, Physical Escalation, Seeding the Pull

We’ve all had the experience.

You take a girl home, everything is going well. It looks like sex is in the cards. You start to escalate. There’s a tiny bit of hesitation on her part, but she clearly likes you and is clearly horny.

Clothes start coming off. Maybe you even start to finger her. Maybe she even grabs your dick over your jeans…

This is looking really good, right?

Next thing you know, she sits up with a start, and says she needs to go home!

You talk a bit more, maybe make one more attempt at getting physical, but something seems to have changed, and it’s just not happening now.

She leaves. On the way out she kisses you and tells you how hot you are and that she definitely wants to hang out again soon.

THEN SHE NEVER RETURNS A TEXT…

OR MAYBE SHE CONTINUES TO TEXT BACK BUT IT’S JUST IMPOSSIBLE TO EVER MAKE ANOTHER DATE WITH HER.

WHAT.

THE.

FUCK?!

You’ve just experienced what happens when you don’t recognize the “point of no return” and handle it in the right way. This one adjustment in game could literally TRIPLE your results.

And yes I know the meaning of the word literally. For a lot of guys, “triple” is a conservative estimate.

Check out this video to get the critical info about this phenomenon.

So what are the key takeaways in short?

  1. Be Aware – that this phenomenon exists
  2. Slow Down Or Stop – if you feel it approaching
  3. Don’t Push Through It – unless you’re pretty sure of going all the way
  4. If It’s Not Happening – get her to invest and feel safe, so she’ll see you again

The other big takeaway for this and for game in general… is that GETTING HER TO CHASE YOU IS CRITICAL.

Here are a couple videos on that topic if you want to really master that part of your game:

Getting her to chase you is one of the most critical shifts between intermediate and advanced game. And the point of no return is one of the biggest reasons why intermediate guys lose “easy” lays, and why they miss out on follow ups.