They view rejection as a challenge, and attempt to come up with silly games, or “super secret techniques” to persuade women otherwise.This PUA stuff has literally become a billion dollar industry, and it simply exploits men who truly believe they aren’t “worthy” of the women they want.Whether you are a man or woman, learn to be happy in your own skin. Write (like me), learn an instrument, dance, fight, climb a mountain – whatever.
I've been lurking through several posts, and I just noticed a negative pattern it seems. They don't really like who they are, and have spent a lot of time in escapism rather than building themselves into what they want to be. I think a better one liner is "validate yourself", but that is confusing to just drop on someone.
you have to let go of your fears, and dive into the deep end.
This means that you may in fact get “hurt” in a failed relationship.
As an example, I have been in this kind of situation before, with a close, attractive female friend and a woman I was dating at the time.
However, this constantly put the person I was dating “on edge”, which mainly stemmed from her own insecurity.In my last article about self-help, I mentioned that I spent a lot of time to be the best version of myself.