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Demonstration of Lower Value – DLV


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The definition of demonstration of lower value, or DLV for short is to do or say something that makes you less valuable in the eyes of the girl that you’re currently pursuing. This can be something that you say, but it is usually the result of a certain behavior. In most cases, the result of DLV is usually less attraction and it can be the cause of break-ups in certain cases. However there is an exception where DLV is actually beneficial and will increase attraction, we’ll cover this exception in this article.

If we were to generalize and say that the idea behind attraction is that we’re attracted to people that are valuable, then DHV would be the term to represent increasing that value and DLV would be decreasing in value. The perception of value changes from person to person and therefore what is DLV for one person might not be for another. Here are some general examples of how guys accidentally DLV themselves on a regular basis.

dlv chart Demonstration of Lower Value   DLV

Common Examples of DLV

  • Self depreciating humor
  • Not having any money
  • Insulting (bring down) their friends
  • Trying to impress people
  • Perform too many favors
  • Being “the nice guy”
  • Not standing up for themselves
  • Bragging about accomplishments
  • Being ignorant
  • Caring about what others think
  • Poor social awareness

These are the most common examples of DLV that one might encounter on a regular basis. Although it’s not always obvious, these tend to lower your value in front of women. There are numerous more that range from being childish to simply being rude, all of which show that you don’t have any class. One of the most frequent DLV’s that I see is that guys put down their friends in front of women. People tend to surround themselves with people that are like them, and if you put your friends down then you’re only putting yourself down by association.

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Page 1 Intro to DLV
Page 2 Exceptions to DLV
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2 Responses

October 7, 2010
Mike

I wish you would expand or just offer some advice on one specific DLV topic.
my biggest DLV is “being the nice guy”

I have a lot of friends(girls), that always tell me “you are such a good guy, you will find that someone (SOMEDAY), and they will really appreciate who you are”

I don’t actually think I do anything that builds that reputation, other than common chivalry (opening doors, escorting them to their cars, etc)
Most of my good qualities are listed in other articles as positives, especially since I AM rich and famous (kidding)

What causes a woman to see “nice guy”?
How nice is “too nice”?
How do you counter “too nice”?


December 9, 2010
lisa

Hello,

Mike,

I see that nobody answered your question…. neither do I, but i do recognise myself in that too nice ‘girl’ in my case.

I think that too nice is negative dlv, because people pleasers like that, seem to be submissive.
And attractiveness is explained as being successfull.

Submissivness is imo:

self depreciating,trying to impress people, perform too many favors, not standing up for themselves, being ignorant (what people take you for, they will always try to fool you), caring about what others think (people tend to think that you like to please them because you’re afraid of rejection), poor social awareness….

Hope this helps you to understand a little bit.

As i said already, i have the same issue but i’m working on it.

Lisa