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    drgnlesx is offline Aspiring PUA
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    Default Trying to be a better man

    I'm 18 in high school, I'm and kind of shy and feel isolated from the people from school. I donno i just wanna be a better, more confident man, or kid. I don't really know what to say to have an interesting conversation and how to connect with people. I used to just want to be a guy that can charm the panties off any girl, i still want that but i rather do it by being a man that the ladies actually want to talk to.

    I dont know if this helps but, I'm a cashier and the manager makes me greet the customers which is kind of hard because of this problem. If there is anything to help me with this problem it would be greatly appreciated, please and thank you (:

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    Skithiryx is offline PUA in Training
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    Default Re: Trying to be a better man

    I used to be the same way! I started greeting at a restaurant at the same age, and boy its not easy. You could just greet the customers like they were people at a convention or something, it feels less "weird." Know what I mean?

    If aa is your problem than I suggest fixing THAT first. When you are in school, or wherever you go, open up to random people for practice. But don't open to practice to pickup, because it looks like you need to get rid of the AA first. Well anyway, I hope someone else can help me out here, because I might not be giving the best advice.

    K thx bai

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    Maestro17 is offline PUA in Training
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    Default Re: Trying to be a better man

    Quote Originally Posted by Skithiryx View Post
    I used to be the same way! I started greeting at a restaurant at the same age, and boy its not easy. You could just greet the customers like they were people at a convention or something, it feels less "weird." Know what I mean?

    If aa is your problem than I suggest fixing THAT first. When you are in school, or wherever you go, open up to random people for practice. But don't open to practice to pickup, because it looks like you need to get rid of the AA first. Well anyway, I hope someone else can help me out here, because I might not be giving the best advice.

    K thx bai
    I think you are right on the button Skithiryx. AA is something we all have suffered from and still do from time to time and is the hardest thing to overcome. That being said, in order to overcome it is simply practice. drgnlesx, you sound alot like myself because I too started PUA when I was in highschool. I was a little hesitant because I didn't want to just be a gimmick. I soon realized that PUA is not one concrete persona we all have to live up to. You need to take the lessons and advice from Mystery and Style and apply it in a way that feels like you are still yourself. You will soon realize that you didn't need to become a better man, but rather just the best version of yourself


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