When it came to women and dating, I used to be the BIGGEST WUSSY on the planet.
I mean, it was BAD. Of course, I did my best to hide this fact.
I talked a big game with my buddies. Watched Skin- A-Max to make it seem like I knew about sex. Typical “Wuss” behavior. But all of that did nothing to change the TRUTH:
On the *inside*, I was TERRIFIED. Of approaching women. Of getting rejected. Of not knowing how to “make my move” with a woman.
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Today, I want to dig deeper into the truth about what it REALLY takes to succeed with women… by sharing one of my students’ SUCCESS STORIES with you. Check it out, because his email brings up a *very* important question… and my answer could have a HUGE impact on YOUR love life:
Perhaps you have addressed this before, but why do women choose unstable “losers” overstable, “good guys” like me? I think it goes to the issue of challenge, which has two aspects. One is “benign”: the man has to be a challenge in the sense that he is not too available. Another, which is negative, is the man is so “damaged” that he presents a challenge in another, less benign way: the woman wants to “fix” him.
Like I heard Dr. Laura the other day, although I usually cannot stand her. Some dimwit woman called in and said she had been dating guy A, who was nice, and was now dating A’s friend, B, and she did not know what to do. “A” was a good guy and stable, B was a lowlife but was “exciting.”
Dr. “Queen of Life” jumped all over her, asking this genius how she would answer the same question if her own daughter asked her that question. It was clear by the idiot’s “OK” after being given this advice that she did not get the answer she wanted and will probably stick with B. Ok about 10 years ago, I was dating a surgeon who was Jewish. I am not Jewish, so that made a big difference and was ultimately one of two factors leading to our demise (the other was that I could not trust her).
She told me her parents did not approve of me since I was non-Jewish. I just told her to her face, “I don’t care what your parents think. I’m not here to please them.” I think this took her by surprise and increased her respect for me, just as every dating advisor stresses male confidence. The surgeon gave me two of the greatest compliments I ever received, which confirmed that I was “doing things right.” Both were out of the blue. One: “I can’t figure you out.” Two: “I never know what you are going to do next.”! For more on this, look up http://www.pathedia.com/snel-geld-verdienen