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Thread: have i understood this " ur loss " thing correct or am i stupid?

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    Default have i understood this " ur loss " thing correct or am i stupid?

    so ive been looking around the web and i understand this " act like its their loss " thingy. but idk if i got it straight. if i get slighty rejected non verbal im telling the girl " well ur loss " and i only got negative back. am i doin this shit wrong? cause it doesnt seem to work... thanks for feedback

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    Default Re: have i understood this " ur loss " thing correct or am i stupid?

    Well it depends how you're perceiving this. Yes, you are supposed to give off the vibe that they're losing somwething, but not directly.

    What I mean is, demonstrate their loss with DHV. For example, sarge a hotter girl and wall round with her in eye shot of the target that rejected you. You don't want to say "you're loss" or give off a "you don't know what you're missing vibe". By doing this you are reacting to her rejection. This is bad because it lowers your value.

    The best way is to act as if you don't care ( better to really mean it but fake it til you make it).
    When I face rejection I smile and say something like "awww, you're no fun" and carry on as normal. Or, if it was a situation where it wasn't an obvious move at her, I smile and say "don't flatter yourself honey, you're far from my type" and carry on as normal.

    Basically the key is not to react to the rejection. This shows you have lower value because her rejection obviously affected you.

    So yeah, you want her to see that it's her loss, but do this by demonstrating your high value.

    Hope this helped.

    : GeMiNi :&

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    Default Re: have i understood this " ur loss " thing correct or am i stupid?

    If she tells you something which you perceive as not being good, show a sign of disinterest, either verbally (disqualifying yourself), either through body language (look away, check your phone, turn your body slightly away, etc).

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    Default Re: have i understood this " ur loss " thing correct or am i stupid?

    the hole "ur loss" mindset is not about strait out telling her that its her loss, its about knowing your value and understanding that if she rejects you, she's the one who's missing out on the fun that you could have brought to her. its simply a huristic shortcut to keep rejection from getting you down. you should think it, not say it.

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    Default Re: have i understood this " ur loss " thing correct or am i stupid?

    Remember this very basic rule and you won't go far wrong: You must show a woman everything you want to tell her. You can't tell her that it's her loss for rejecting you, you have to show her that she is the fool for letting you go. She may deny it if she is told that it's her loss, but she will believe it if she rejects you and you go off and start chatting up a hotter woman while she can see it.


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