Hi guys,, beginner here.
I'm trying to come up with a dhv story about an accomplishment I'm proud of. The concept I've put together so far is:
-man came to me for help
-case seemed hopeless because all evidence seemed to be against him
-if found guilty he would lose his house and all his money
-I led the defense team (leader of men)
-we went into battle
-I proved he was innocent (protector of the innocent-is that DHV ?)
-he didn't pay one penny
-felt awesome to help someone in a way that really counted in their life
The emotion I felt when I experienced this (and still do) was exhileration at winning a battle when all the odds are against you, and honor at being able to help someone in a profound way, and grateful for the opportunity to have been able to help him. Is this the kind of emotion I would want a woman to experience if I tell such a story or is it off-target?
This story smacks to me of bragging/impression, which is dlv. Am I wrong? Should I abandon it? I can't think of hardly any DHV stories for myself so I am reluctant to let it go. Can it be fixed? What do you think? How would you improve it? Thanks guys