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    Cordelli is offline Aspiring PUA
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    Default Getting past day AA

    I am new to the PUA Forums.
    I feel that my night (or social dynamics) game is good enough to realize for myself what I am doing wrong, and right in the field.

    My daygame sucks.
    I'm having a hard time getting past my aproach anxiety to open to a girl in everyday situations.

    I'm not sure how to get past this.

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    tcomea2 is offline PUA Forums VIP Member
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    Default Re: Getting past day AA

    how do you get past it at night?

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    Cordelli is offline Aspiring PUA
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    Default Re: Getting past day AA

    I feel more comfortable at night, especialy if I'm with friends, because we go out to social environments.
    But when I'm by myself, it seems harder to open and to keep a conversation going with girl I want to talk to. So I usually don't try to force anything and it doesn't happen.

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    Default Re: Getting past day AA

    Read the thread on street opening:
    http://www.puaforums.com/funny-pick-...t-opening.html

    Lotsa info on dry-runs and getting over nervousness and insecurities. The more you practice, the more you strike out, the more you can just chalk it up to her loss/ your experience.
    Ironically it's a little easier to go up to 6-8's because you may feel more on their level, but 9-10s are more likely (sometimes) to be more receptive because they get approached less by people who aren't outright hittign on them. Yeah, thats a broad generalization, so while with 6-8's I might use a more direct approach or compliment, the models its better to treat them like a sister or a buddy and jsut open up a convo until you get a little response or encouragement.. sometimes they're cold and offish. So you can be like "oh, thats why you're standing here by yourself.."

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    Cordelli is offline Aspiring PUA
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    Default Re: Getting past day AA

    Good stuff, BadMedicine. I have checked out that link and it seems to give me the advice I have been looking for.


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