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  1. #1
    hades Guest

    Default I need some advices

    First of all, I want to greet everyone here, and to ask for a little help.

    Story so far, i have noticed one girl in local drugstore, met with her, and started some talking. From this conversation i've found out that she is single so i decided to give her a rose few days later. When i did that, she told me "let this stop on this rose" like she don't want from me to continue further. what should I do, any suggestions?

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    First, read this thread:

    You are suffering from classical "Nice Guy" syndrome. In a perfect world, you would see a girl, walk up to her, say, "hi", and then doing something nice if you were interested, but that isn't how it works in the real world.

    Put yourself in her shoes. She barely knows you, she knows that many guys are creepy, or worse. You seem like a nice guy, and she probably was even a little bit interested in you, since she told you she was single. All of the sudden, you went from guy, who seems nice, to "Here's a rose to express my undying love". At the best, she figures you are some needy leech, because obviously, you don't know her well enough to truly love her. So she immediately freaks out and ejects.

    The previous paragraph is full of all kinds of logic leaps, but that is how your average women thinks. She has to, because the world has taught her that men just want to get into her pants, or they want to sap her emotionally. That is why you have to completely circumvent her defenses, and why you have to be an "alpha male".

    If you really want to learn how to meet women, even if you are looking for the "one true love", you should read the books mentioned in the above link.

  3. #3
    hades Guest


    Thx 4 reply, but i haven't mentioned that i had a relationship for 6 years, before that i was ok with girls, but after... it has just vanished from me

  4. #4
    Ambition Guest


    hades, I went through the same thing. I had solid game in college until I met my soon to be ex fiance, then after we broke up I went through a 2 year dry spell. I just couldn't figure out how to get back on track until I read The Game. Then it all came back together. Take the advice on here for what it's worth, but my advice is to go out into the field and try it. The worst that happens is that it doesn't work, and that doesn't really put you any worse than you're at now.

    Good luck bro!


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