Re: We've all had this problem!!
Not everything that you learn on the forums or as a PUA will apply to yourself. We are all individualistic, and we develop our own personalities and tastes as time goes on and we educate ourselves more in the game. Nothing that I have read of Mystery and Neil Strauss have even been the slightest bit useful to me yet (except the lying-flirting complex).
If you're really intent on going back through this, then re-read everything. David DeAngelo believes that if we review material that we learned about a while back, it may hold a different meaning than when we read it the first time. This is because our skill and knowledge of being a pua has increased, and now some things that we didn't understand before are understood now.
In addition, you should review your core beliefs and see if they are truly right and solid. I had some severe meditation time (like five hours) last night where I was changing a crucial core belief I hold about my preferences in women. In the end, it was flawed and needed to be changed, so I did so.
We can never be too sure that the beliefs that we stick by will remain there forever. In addition, we cannot Isolate and reject outside opinions that may hold some sense. That's why it's important to constantly stay liberal and adapt.
"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