Seduction Victims: The 18 Types from Robert Greene’s “The Art of Seduction”
By H. Shive
As the saying goes, it takes two to tango. There cannot be seducers without the seduced.
Robert Greene - the same author who gave us the 9 Types of Seducers - wrote another list of the 18 Types of Seduction Victims.
Do you see yourself somewhere on the list? Be careful!
The 18 Types of Seduction Victims
Robert Greene wrote of what he called the “Victim Theory” of seduction: “Nobody in this world feels whole and complete. We all sense some gap…When we fall in love, it is often with someone who seems to fill that gap. The process is usually unconscious and depends on luck…But the seducer does not leave such things to chance.”
Seducers will not wait for luck. They will make their own luck. They will chase you, hunt you, and ravish you.
That’s exactly what some people want! Even if you are a victim, can you honestly say that you went unwillingly into their arms?
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Greene, Robert. The Art of Seduction. Penguin Books, 2003.
Hello! My name is Heath Shive, content manager at ScholarFox. I'll be the author of most of the blog posts. I'm a former geologist and currently a freelance writer. The world is complex and seemingly crazy. Good! Because when you love to learn, you'll never be bored.