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  1. #1
    anderson Guest

    Default Never Taught How To Connect With Women



    I grew up in a rural area far from city life. My father passed when I was just three. My family homeschooled me till senior year of highschool. Now I never minded it as it gave me more time to spend doing things loved. But not being around alot of women or having that fatherly influence to teach me about connecting with women has been tough.


    I'm now in my Junior year of college and kinda at a loss when it comes to women. I really don't have confidence issues and actually find women attracted to my laid back confident attitude. Problem is I just don't know how to make a connection or where to take it from there so I just ignore them, which usually increases there attraction briefly but ends up with nothing else happening.


    I'm a quite guy who is pretty happy on his own but is scared they'll never find someone to share life with. I guess the confident bada$$ is my alter ego I put on to cover it up.I'm looking for a nice girl not really interested in hooking up with tons of people or anything like that. Any suggestions? I have a lot of missed lessons to learn. Where can I start?

  2. #2
    Bart Doe Guest

    Default Re: Never Taught How To Connect With Women

    Quote Originally Posted by anderson View Post
    I'm looking for a nice girl not really interested in hooking up with tons of people or anything like that
    No, but to gain confidence, you need to start talking with girls. Talk with them everywhere, even if it's in the supermarket. I have the feeling that you're considering conversation with girls totally unlike conversation with guys. But there are a lot of similarities. I don't see why you couldn't connect with women, if you can connect with men.

    Go make friends with guys who have lady friends. You'll learn from them.


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