I hate to write such an open and "dramatic" thread but I was hoping some of the guys on the forum could pick my spirits up a bit and give me my confidence back..
I got back to college 3 nights ago and had come in with a great mindset. The night before I got back I number closed an NFL players wife and ran AMAZING game at a bar back at home.
The first night back at school was great. I went to the bars w/ my buddies and was in a great mood and then the night after I was SO self conscious about opening up sets. I kept thinking to myself, "What if they know I'm a player...what if I can't think of anything to say...blah blah blah BS BS BS"...The reason I kept thinking this to myself was because I'm no longer sarging at a bar where I don't know anyone and can be open without worrying about being judged...I'm now back at college where I have a reputation...where people talk...and where girls are attracted to the A**hole Frat Boys and Jocks because that's what society tells them they're attracted to. The funny thing is...I'm REALLY good friends w/ most of the frat guys and jocks but for some reason can't talk to any of the girls they hang around with because I feel like they're going to judge me....
I've never been in a worse mood than right now because this ENTIRE summer I had worked so hard to build my game up for college and the 2nd night back I crash and burn! What happened and why is this happening to me?!
It almost seemed like my mood gets affected by my roommates as well...I got my one roommate REALLY interested in PUA but he just doesn't have it yet (or if he'll ever have it) and he's constantly talking to me, at the bar, and saying "dude go open that set"...I want to so bad but I just didn't have motivation and I had so much pressure from him.
I guess my other question really is, how can I separate myself from my friends when I want to go and sarge girls at the same bar? Don't get me wrong, they always put me in a great mood but I work 210% better game when I'm by myself...idk why.
If you guys have ANY advice that can pick up my spirits and hopefully explain how I can adjust my game for college where everyone already has "clicks" that would be great! You've always gave me the best advice and have opened my life up to some really great things!