Thanks a lot for your in-depth reply.
I do not think that I don't understand female nature and I'm willing to accept this. I'm more interested in learning and healing myself of this inner trauma I'm carrying with me.
I'm getting too quickly triggered and assume that other dudes want to hit on her too fast.
What would you do if you were in my shoes?
Curious to hear your insight about this mindset work.
Thanks in advance and you're giving some valuable tips!
As I said previously, "only time and experience can help you overcome" the feelings of pain, loss, and general disappointment you'll experience in life. Between those passing experiences the bulk of your time will be occupied with doing the more mundane things in life, such as praying, working, cleaning your home, commuting, and so on. Pursue hobbies that challenge and stimulate your mind. Learn to draw, paint, or sculpt. Learn to play a musical instrument. Learn a martial art. Learn the history of your civilization. Learn to cook. Learn to repair machines. Get in good shape and stay there. And above all, never fear asking questions in pursuit of the truth.
We live on a world populated by nearly eight billion human beings. It's understandable you should be disappointed that a woman you're dating isn't as interested in you as you would like her to be, but that's how some people are. You can't change them, only yourself, and if you should change yourself at all, it should be for the better. I imagine what I've written might seem glib on specifics, but that's because from what you've written, you strike me as being aware of your gut instincts on things. They seem to be doing you well, so don't second guess them. I've never known that to end well for most guys. If anything, you should train and refine them.
To that end, I once again recommend you consider investing in a reliable ready reference you can pick up and study to better prepare yourself for engaging the opposite sex. I'd suggest that you get yourself a copy of Doc Love's "The System: The Dating Dictionary". Doc Love, also known as the late Tom Hodges, wrote a weekly advice column that's mirrored on several sites and a podcast. While his media is a bit pricey, it's a solid foundation a guy can branch out from, but I would also suggest you review his advice column to decide if his view on dating and relationships is aligned with what you aspire for yourself. If you've already found you'd like to read his book, but find money is an issue for you, you should be able to find copies through free torrent and ebook sites, but I won't say where you should start on that endeavor.
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I have been looking for an internship, for physical therapy, for the past six months, and finally I got one in a hospital. Last week was the first week, on Sunday the interns are required to fill an application form to complete their registration in the hospital. I did fill mine, but I miss wrote certain fields on that from, and just after ten minutes there was this women who have been yelling my name all over the place, saying where's John?
Her: with a loud voice "You filled this field wrongly, you're an intern now not a student anymore!"
Me: Kept listing to her I want to reply but scared to lose this internship, I look over to my supervisor and he just stood there. This where I said "Are you done?"
- Her: "No I am not, now get in my office". And she just kept yelling and my colleagues heard that outside her office.
What should I have done in situations like this, in case something similar happens in the future? Man I hate it when women yell to men, and if you just took the wrong action you'll get fucked. I wanted to reply "This a professional place, we are all here to cure and help patients and this language of yours is not meant to be used nor heard in this place. Be civil!" But I know if I said that I would be fired immediately. I will be meeting with this women frequently, should I change my behavior with her or just keep it as nothing has happened? Her role in the hospital is in a way similar to HR.
The best advice I ever received regarding employment, that I share with you now, was that I should never accept a job I'm afraid to walk away from. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections, Occupational Outlook Handbook as a physical therapist, you're pretty much screwed until you've paid off your debts, built up your savings, and developed a body of experience relevant to your field. While you chose to enter a field with pretty decent pay, it's dependent on healthcare service corporations, which are overwhelmingly female dominated. To make matters worse, all of those corporations are festooned with corruption, welfare parasitism, and foreigners fleeing third world countries.
For now, don't take the vaxx, keep your head down, your mouth shut, never allow a psychotic co-worker to be in a room alone with you, and pray you maintain the discipline which enables you to tap opportunities to get out. @Kloi's right in suggesting you read Robert Greene's book, "The 48 Laws of Power". I'd also recommend that you check out Michael Trust's book "How to Deal With Narcissists" and the late George J. Thompson's book "Verbal Judo: The Gentle Art of Persuasion".Read More
Indeed, though I don't recognize the emoticon.