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    Default rejected or scared??

    So i went in a bar the other day and across my table there was a chick.At first i checked her out and i think she did the same so i said to my self 'it's time to do it'.Just to be sure i looked at her one more time but she didn't react so i remained cool and looked at her one more time after 1 minute but again she didn't react and to be honest she seemed a little uninterested.I really wanted to talk to her but for some reason i felt rejected and i didn't go in the end.I don't have a problem being rejected i know there are many fishes out there but do you think that the reason i didn't go was that i felt rejected or just scared to talk to her??I mean i dont want to make excuses to myself.
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    Default Re: rejected or scared??

    You were scared of the possibility of rejection. Plain and simple, you can't be rejected until you're rejected. Since you weren't rejected, that can't be the reason!
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    Default Re: rejected or scared??

    Exactly as Duke said. You over-calculated that way too much. You saw a girl who you thought had an interest in you, you chocked up when you thought about it, and then you betrayed you. If you want to have success with women and have a strong sense of confidence, you must have trust in yourself. You must be able to tell yourself "Hey, I am natural, and I will be natural, and if I fail to get her there are more women in the world".

    Be bold, be confident, go in there and get her. Simple as that.
    "There is no better than adversity. Every defeat, every heartbreak, every loss, contains its own seed, its own lesson on how to improve your performance the next time." - Malcolm X


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