Hey guys. Something embarrassing to talk about. But facts are facts and I need to deal with them.
I've had 3 relationships in my life.
1. High school. 2 years. No sex
2. College. 3 months. Yes sex
3. In my twenties. 1 year. Yes sex
Now I am 45. In the last 20 years I've had no relationships and no sex. Yes, 20 YEARS.
In fact, not even one DATE in 20 years. Not even one approach.
I am just getting started with PUA skills. At some point with a woman the question will come up
-When was your last GF?
-How many GF?s
-How many sex partners?
I am terrified of these questions.
The true answer to her questions will be a massive display of dlv.
And if I give the true answer she may very well ask WHY? The true answer to that is I had a severe illness for 20 years that kept me from functioning as a full human being (symptoms partially lifted a month ago so I feel better and am now in a position to date) and also had no social skills both which are yet another massive display of DLV.
I mean no woman is going to tell her girlfriends, "yeah I met this amazing guy last night. He's so sexy. He was so sick for 20 years that he couldn't date plus he has no social skills. He has almost no experience with women or sex. What a catch."
I just don't see how any woman would be "understanding" enough to want to see me again. I'll get blown away immediately, and if that happens, how can I ever gain that critical experience of meeting and dating women so I can get better at PUA skills?
Everyone has facts about their life that they are embarrassed about and try to not reveal. Often you can maybe keep these things hidden until a woman gets to know you and gets invested in you and at some point they come out, but by then she could be more accepting. But these 3 questions are pretty commonly inquired about by women, and fairly early on in the early "getting to know you" stages, it seems to me.
How do you answer questions about your life when the truth would display massive DLV.
What do you recommend I say?