Practicedating com

12-Sep-2019 11:54

Who knew that finding someone to spend your life with could be so difficult.If you have recently become single or divorced the idea of getting back out there can be so discouraging and scary. When I took a bootcamp with Mystery, and learned to approach women all those years ago, he told me I needed to practice. We live in a society where practicing social dynamics is often seen as repulsive. Besides the obvious benefit of getting regular sex, which is pretty sweet, I’m practicing.A geek goes up to a girl at the bar, and tries to get her number. I understood the concepts, but I needed to go out a lot and approach thousands of women, to really internalize the inner workings of the dating game. I ended up going out 4 nights a week for 6 weeks, and approaching about 25 women a night. When the six weeks were up, I slowed down a bit, because that’s a ridiculous amount of women. People don’t like it when they’re being used for target practice. It seems like it’s ok to practice writing, practice music, practice video games, but for some reason, the real world frowns on people practicing dating. If you’re in your teens or early twenties, people just say “oh, they’re young and dating, they’ll figure it out when they get more mature.

Understandable for a married person, but why wouldsomeone so single like me eventually lose his comfort zone.

I’d always go home alone, wishing I had actually said something.

I needed to get out of my mind, and into the real world.

This is growing out of the sad reality that I'm feeling nervous lately when I approach girls, and it's been a while since I've actually strung together some interesting dates.

I've had some girls call me cute while I was out, but my reaction was to stand there like I was in the process of fossilizing. Suddenly they are thrust out into the dating world again.

Understandable for a married person, but why wouldsomeone so single like me eventually lose his comfort zone.

I’d always go home alone, wishing I had actually said something.

I needed to get out of my mind, and into the real world.

This is growing out of the sad reality that I'm feeling nervous lately when I approach girls, and it's been a while since I've actually strung together some interesting dates.

I've had some girls call me cute while I was out, but my reaction was to stand there like I was in the process of fossilizing. Suddenly they are thrust out into the dating world again.

Is dating something that requires practice and maintenance to avoid rustiness?