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DiaLteG™ is “get laid” spelled backwards but it means more than just having sex. It’s about knowing and learning the right skills and developing proven traits to naturally attract women (or girls if you’re at that age).

There’s one part of your life you may find hard to admit publicly and that’s the gnawing, helplessness feeling of being LONELY.

No guy cries to his “dude” friends that he’s sick and tired of being alone. It’s often re-worded or redirected to complaining about girls in general and pretending that it’s not getting to him…

When you know deep down – it sucks not feeling capable or confident enough to get the women you desire the most. You don’t have to tell me about it because for years I suffered through the same dilemma or problem:

You don’t understand how women think and how they come to sleep with, date, or marry some of what appears to be the worst possible choice for them. It’s upsetting, isn’t it?

You don’t understand how some guys naturally attract women and yet you, this genuinely nice “good” guy finds it impossible to go from meeting a woman to an actual relationship. It’s as if someone is laying a cruel joke on you but you’re not laughing because to you – it’s just the reality of your life.

You may have been through a relationship or two. You felt like you got lucky. Some chic liked you and you accepted her. But be honest – didn’t it feel like you settled for her which is not only an awful thing to go through but you also thought how unfair it was to her.

But enough of that bad stuff… let’s focus on the positive.

The purpose of DiaLteG TM is to help you in ALL the areas you feel you’re struggling with women. The acronym for “DiaLteG” covers everything you’ll ever need to finally solve your “woman” problems and the loneliness you might be experiencing right at this very moment.

Dating  Interactions  Attraction  Lifestyle  Techniques  Exercise  Girlfriend

Dating – Dating is about the fun process involved in connecting with a woman. It’s about exploring your options, qualifying your next partner, enjoying casual sex, approaching & meeting women, creating amazing dates, and everything that leads up to more exciting dates which of course leads to natural attraction.

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Man Woman Date Dating

Interactions – Communicating to women in a way which builds comfort, connection, and attraction. The interacting part is often where guys fail to trigger attraction because they don’t have the right communication skills. From flirting, sexuality, touching, teasing, and the all important conversations – this is where you convey your natural self.

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Interact With Woman Smiling Happy Attract

Attraction – An instinctual “emotional” trigger often misunderstood by men and women alike. A man who interacts with women in a certain way can stimulate her attraction and when done in context can be seen or felt to be a more naturally attractive man. Attraction requires skills but it is not a skill itself. It’s a feeling. It’s an emotional response to an outside source.

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Attractive Woman Create Attraction.

Lifestyle – How you live your life in any way you find rewarding up to and including your style, your social status, your travel plans, your goals, aspirations, dreams, passions and desires. Whereas dating is meant to get to know another person, interacting is what happens on those dates and outside the normal dating routine, attraction is what happens or is triggered during any and all interactions you have with women – lifestyle is HOW you set up your life to live out a more naturally attractive existence.

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Attractive Lifestyle and Fun

Techniques – The way in which you interact with women often requires skills or techniques which build the attraction. Its the way in which you carry out your task of creating attraction, building a connection, establishing a comfortable bond between you and anyone else which happens to include women. Your techniques also cover how you build yourself into a more naturally attractive man.

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Techniques Tips Tool Attract Woman

Exercise – The word exercise normally doesn’t need much of an explanation but here it goes: Being healthy, fit, in shape, able and capable of living your life aware and energized enough to enjoy life to the fullest of all your capabilities. It relates to natural attraction in many ways: Better sex. Healthier living which inspires others. Clearer thinking to accomplish goals and learn new things. Exercise is not only for the body but for the mind too. On the side being in shape can and does trigger a physical attraction which may not be necessary for everyone,certainly does not hurt or harm the process of triggering attraction.

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Man Woman Attractive Exercise Good Health

Girlfriend– Most guys who start learning about attraction are not interested in get laid quick schemes, playing women, or becoming some a super star pick up artist. This covers what lot of guys really want – a girlfriend that they are physically, mentally, and emotionally attracted to who also is attracted to them. Getting a girlfriend covers all the steps needed, building a healthy relationship, the maintenance and upkeep of keeping it all forever growing and exciting too.

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11 Steps On How You Can Get A Girlfriend

Girlfriend Boyfriend Couple Happy

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I believe YOU CAN LEARN how to attract women naturally and you don’t have to play any mind games, follow some stupid rules or playbook, you don’t have to become a jerk or abandon your “nice good guy” ways.

All you have to do is to first be open to a new mindset which can open up the so-called secret world of women to you and that’s starts today!

You don’t need luck.

You don’t need lots of money.

You don’t have all that good-looking… BUT You DO NEED a PLAN.

You need knowledge and you must learn how to put that information into practice starting IMMEDIATELY and it will work for you.

Peter White

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29 comments… add one
  • Edonson D Great

    It’s really nice to find you again after so long. Happy to be back.

  • trissy

    hey Peter ☺
    I had a question about the start of a budding relationship. I have looked online for other articles but have only managed to find one website who answered what I was looking for. I met a guy and, because I have fears of being cheated on or being lied and hurt because of past relationships, the whole waiting to find out if we have a chance or move on concept is making me nervous and afraid that I am just wasting my time.

    I have known this guy basically a month and he is nice but he is very independent, focused on his work (he said he wants to sort himself out with his work before focusing on a relationship which I like because I am doing myself by trying to improve myself mentally and pyschologically), he isn’t really affectionate and said he doesn’t like to talk about feelings or his life but when he gets more comfortable then it will be different. There was also an incident where an ex-work colleague basically said he’s an asshole which makes me a bit nervous. He has had moments where he’s been sweet and called me babe, sweety and love and has even spoken about spending 20 odd years together like his parents and we even went on a date together to the movies, he paid and waited for my mom to pick me up and we even had dinner with her last week (it was purely coincidental since my mom picked me up and we all happened to be hungry).

    I’m trying my best not to be clingy and needy but I have faltered a few times but he came back anyway and has told me upfront to not be clingy and he’s just busy with his new job. So because of his job and because i have known him a short amount of time, I was wondering when would be the perfect time to have the talk or if i should wait it out and how long 🙁

    • Hey Trissy,

      You don’t need to have the talk. It will only appear to him that you are being needy and pushy. Besides, based on what you wrote, you already know enough to decide what comes next.

      He said he doesn’t want a relationship. He’s sorting himself out. That’s his way of saying, “I’m not sure how deep I feel about you BUT I’m willing to give the beginning a shot and the getting to know each part too.” Remember you’ve already gone on a date. It’s clear he attracted to you and interested.

      You can’t just jump from a date to a relationship. Now is the time to find out if he really is an asshole or if you would be good together BEFORE anything more like a relationship happens.

      It’s clear you’re both on different paths right now anyways. It’s clear neither of you want a relationship either. So, it’s best to casually date, discover each other,and give it some time. It’s also recommended to date other men too. There’s no need to focus on just him.

      Have fun. Enjoy it for what it is. Stay in the present. Allow things to develop naturally. When (and if) a guy is ready to take the next step he will let you know without a word from you. If that’s not happening within a reasonable amount of time (based on both of your schedules) and it feels like he’s never going to commit to you THAT would be the perfect time to walk away.

      All the best,

  • Kevin

    Hello Peter,

    I stumbled upon your site and let me give you a huge Thank You for the content you are pushing out. Something about your writing style makes everything seem real and personable. Keep it up!

    • Thanks Kevin and I will keep it up.

      You’re welcome and I do hope you learn something from my style.


  • Daniel

    Hey Peter,

    So i signed up for this site mainly because I have a burning issue that I think I need someone with experience to help with. Ok so here goes:
    About 2 months ago I met an amazing girl, about 2 years younger than me(I’m 24) and was really outgoing and friendly. The only issue with her going into this friendship with me was that she just broke up with her boyfriend of 2 years about half a month ago prior to meeting me. Now when we started talking, we hit it off. We texted everyday and she even gave me a nickname; “My sunshine”. She would be excited to get texts from me and would even initiate conversations in the mornings. I would make her laugh and smile as much as possible through texts or even phone calls. When we started going out; (to movies, ice skating etc), she would even clear her schedules just to meet up with me. She started to open up to me about her problems and I was always there to solve them, be it friendship or school. Likewise whenever I was unhappy or angry, I’d come to her to lift my spirits. We even had a pact that we would have each other’s backs no matter what and that it was just the 2 of us against the world. We had so many things in common and we seemed perfect for each other.
    Now this is where everything starts to go downhill:
    One day I received a really bad piece of news from my school that left me devastated. To the point I just broke down. She couldn’t meet up with me because she had some issues of her own to deal with, but she could still text. As i poured out my emotions to her. I started questioning everything. Not being in the right state of mind, I said something along the lines of “Was all the texting and outings just to accommodate me? Do you really even care about me?” I think after I said this, something snapped in her. She got really mad at me and said “I go from friend to friend”, “she’s been “dreading opening her whatsapp recently” and that she needed “time on her own”; also that she’ll never tell me anything personal ever again. Going through what I’ve been through with her obviously left me with feelings for her, but ultimately I just wanted to be friends with her, and she’s told me multiple times she wants the same thing for now. Currently, she ignores me almost completely, even after I’ve reduced contact with her to about 1 text every 2 days. I’ve asked her whether she’s free for dinner and typically her reply would be “hell yea! etc etc” but now it’s just “probably.”, which gives me a very hesitant vibe. Since we don’t text as much as we used to. My only way of actually communicating with her are through Instagram stories, where I’ll (indirectly) update her on what I’m doing and sometimes she’d reply (indirectly) through hers. Her IG story frequencies and moods also tend to mirror mine.
    What makes the heartache even worse is that she watches my IG stories religiously, typically being the first 5 views, but ignores every other method of communication, though I’m pretty sure she views my texts almost instantly (just doesn’t reply). A small part of me keeps telling myself that maybe i’m better off without her, but majority of me keeps pulling me back, telling myself that maybe I could rekindle our friendship, that this is just a phase and it’ll pass and I could once again be her sunshine again though it seems highly unlikely. I know I sound pretty whipped, but I had an extremely rough and traumatic childhood; same as her, and I’ve never had such a close friend as her. So you can understand why I don’t want to lose her. What should I do? How much space should I give her and for how long? If she does go out with me, what would I say to facilitate rebuilding of our friendship?
    Just a helpful note: She’s downright gorgeous, and she has truckloads of dudes(who she calls ****boys) trying to get with her (which she always ignored in favour of hanging/talking with me).
    Also she’s extremely harsh when she breaks off contact with people. She blocks them off/ unfollows them but she isn’t doing it with me. It gives me mixed signals that maybe she too wants to rekindle our friendship, but her complete disregard for any of my texts says she doesn’t care about me anymore. I’m at a loss here and I’m trying to distract myself, but everything I do kinda pulls me back into the gutter (because it reminds me of what I used to do with her) and I start hurting again.

    • Peter White

      Daniel, I loved that you signed up and came to me for advice on your friendship but “friendships” are not really my thing here BUT I’ll see what I can do for you as long as you understand and don’t take this as harsh criticism because it’s not. I’m merely trying to get you to see things from a different perspective.

      First, Something tells me you’re INTO this girl more than you said, as a romantic possibility for you, and by taking this whole friendship angle, you may be fooling yourself and at the same time, fooling her. Even though it feels like she believes you want more and will use that against you by withholding certain things to always keep you in line and at her beckoning call.

      This is a major issue here and it’s something you need to consider BEFORE you even think or remaining friends with her. You’re always there to solve her problems, you’re always there for her – when things got rocky she bailed on you because it seems like you two are looking at this relationship from two different perspectives.

      One slip of the tongue (which by the way wasn’t that bad and the only way most women would respond so harshly to what you said is a woman who feels she’s going to be found out) and you’re left powerless as she does whatever she can to maintain the control she has over her “friend”.

      Never mind the other guys. Never mind how she supposedly dropped them all at a moment’s notice just for you – when a guy comes along who does it for you – there’s more than a good chance she WILL disappear for lots of reasons. One being because her new boyfriend won’t like this supposed close friendship you have. (Not a guarantee but an intuition I have from being in the friends zone with lots of “gorgeous” women.)

      She’s giving you mixed signals because you were there for her and she’s not ready to give that up UNTIL another guy comes along.

      My advice – all be it rough – is to move on. Do to her what she so casually does to others. You mustn’t keep people in your life who are playing with your head or making you miserable.

      You CAN and you WILL make good friends. For now, I’d probably stick to other dudes and work on finding a girlfriend. Oh and make sure you don’t do what you did with this girl to anyone woman you meet and are considering dating.

      The hurt will go away. You reached out for help which is a good thing. It means you’re open to learning. It means if you keep pushing forward you WILL get over this and come out even better and stronger than before.

      You will find thing exciting with other people. It WILL happen. You’re ready for it. No need to distract yourself from lost feelings just CREATE NEW ONES.

      Hope you take this all with a good heart and understanding. I’m pulling for you. All the best to you Daniel,

  • Wareesha

    By the way I m girl not a boy *

  • Brett

    So my girlfriend and I started dating September 2017 and long distance as we both lived in different cities. By April 2018 I had moved back to my hometown where she lives and we moved in together. However, right around mid to end May things withnus started changing and she was becoming more distant as well as me. We have both thought about ending it at times because of fights etc but both are the good in one another. We had a big fight at the end of June and now we are taking a break and having space. What can I do to improve our communication as well as build the attraction back as well as the relationship? She is a type a personality person and I am more of a type B so we clash on certain things like projects for the home etc which caused a lot of this. We are both career driven and independent however with myself I like that emotional and intimacy support from my girlfriend. What’s re steps I can do to bring our relationship back to healthy and prosperous?

    • Hey Brett, I’ll start off by saying I’m not into all the personality type a and type b stuff so you have to understand I’m just going to ignore that part.

      Second – of course you want emotional support and intimacy in a relationship – who doesn’t? BUT are you getting it and if not, why? Was it there in the beginning and just slowly disappeared. Something happened which caused you to feel like it stopped or trickled down to nothing. Knowing that answer could certainly help you a lot. PLUS, in all honesty, if getting it back is impossible then it’s unfortunate and hurts to say – but then it’s time you move on before it gets worse.

      Third, there’s no easy answer or exact steps you can do because I’m not in the position of being a relationship adviser where I can see both of your perspectives and see where the communication is breaking down. I could easily suggest something which covers these types of problems you’re having but they’re mostly for women and in those cases it wouldn’t do you much good. Besides something like this:


      Is only designed to respark the romance and it may not cover the communication problems you’re having which will mean you’ll only delay things and the problem will resurface again. However maybe that’s what is missing.

      Maybe you too have grown too complacent with each other. Maybe all you need is a boost of romance and fun and excitement back in your relationship. It won’t solve your communication problems BUT it could open the door so both of you will be more willing and open to solving the problem.

      If you have any specific communication problems, just let me know. It will be easier for me to help you out.

      Here’s some quick advice off the top of my head I can give you which could help:

      Both of you need to take a break from your everyday life – make time for each other and START doing things you enjoy TOGETHER. Resurface some of those old memories and feelings you once shared. You don’t need to re-live them, but you do need to start LIVING them now, in the present.

      Learn to LISTEN to what she’s feeling and not what she’s saying. Don’t try to solve her problems. Don’t try to solve your relationship problems alone. If you feel she’s not listening to you – listening to her and repeating back how certain things make you feel is a good start.

      The good news is you two have been together long enough to know each other quite well and so you both should be open to real candid discussions without BLAME and feeling free to speak what’s on your mind without the fear of reprisal or another fight.

      Do NOT expect or push ANY real discussion while you’re in a fight. The emotions take over and you won’t get anywhere. Save the talks when you’re both relaxed, comfortable, and calm. Most people try to iron out their problems when they’re angry or upset and it just doesn’t work.

      You shouldn’t have to re-create the attraction – it never left. Don’t worry about going back to the beginning and start building something NEW and EXCITING TODAY.

      Hope all the helps you out and let me know how things work out for you.


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