Re: Boring Conversation.
There's no need to generalize everybody on the forums in such an ill way. We all do have our busy lives, and it's tough to keep up with everything. Besides, it hadn't even been, what, twenty minutes since marvillo's post? And you are claiming that we are all basically ignorant dirt bags who don't care about continuing the chain of giving help to the next generation?
Originally Posted by Jae102
You say you have read from all of these masters, yet nothing is working? Have you done the exercises that David Deangelo recommends, such as the hashing out of your core beliefs and reviewing things you have learned in the past? There's only three possible explanations for why this has not worked for you. Either:
- You are one of those rare few, like Style's friend in Europe, for whom pick-up is impossible to learn
- You read a ton without letting it absorb, thus basically rendering everything you supposedly "learned" garbage data
- You have not practiced any of this up until recently, which is making it difficult for you to remember what you even read in the first place
The reason it takes me so damn long to read a 100 page pick-up book is that I only go through it piece by piece. Hell, David X's 25 page book took me more than a week to absorb. I read, and then I apply. Study, then perform until a proficient understanding is obtained. Blazing through this stuff lightning fast is just going to burn out your tires and create a lot of bad smelling smoke.
To answer your question, you are going onto a question train with her. Literally, every single text you sent had a question in it. Texting a girl should be a fun, flirty conversation, not an interrogation. As Marvillo said, you could have made it fun, but all you did was ask more and more and more questions.
Go and check out hyp's texting thread. He's been generous to compile all the resources that you need to become a texting master all into one thread. Read through it, and re-read through it. Then, apply it an let it sink in.
And one last thing: please show us some respect. I'm no master, and I don't think I'm better than others, so I take your words quite offensively.
"There is no better than adversity. Every defeat, every heartbreak, every loss, contains its own seed, its own lesson on how to improve your performance the next time." - Malcolm X