1y ago  The Hub

@TwoInchesOfShaft @Redpillray

It’s not about how hot she is or what she meant to you once in your life, it’s about your self respect and your own perceived worth.

See also: The sunk cost fallacy. These mistakes tripped me up a lot when I was young and naive.

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1y ago  The Hub

Unable to shake oneitis.

My ex who went cold on me and pushed me to leave her previously (twice) reached out to me by re-adding me on snap and asking how I have been.

I don’t want to think about her.

However, I keep thinking this is the hottest girl whose affections I have enjoyed for a sustained period of time. I haven’t been able to really retain the other hot girls in my sphere for a longer period and that’s fucking up my beliefs concerning her.

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1y ago  The Hub

@RedPirate751 I’ve read about this in models, I’ll reread that. Thanks

1y ago  The Hub

@Desaint I like this in a club/bar/party context but I’ll need some semblance of real content in a quieter setting. Even with good body language and tonality.

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1y ago  The Hub

How do you guys create emotional imprints through conversation?

On some level, I’ve always been aware that conversation exists to make her feel things for me, not just talk boring shit.

I’m trying to do this by getting girls to talk more about themselves since they all usually like to do that.

However, I’m struggling with how to do this without sounding like a therapist/interviewer.

Does anyone have any pointers or resources I can turn to?

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1y ago  The Hub

@Desaint this is actually very insightful and along the lines that I was thinking too.

It seems the more I work, the more nerdy I become.

This is quite jarring, cause on the one hand I want the ultra luxurious lifestyle but on the other hand I don’t want to become a libtard nerd like these Silicon Valley soyboys.

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1y ago  The Hub

For the successful entrepreneurs on here, is making money supposed to be boring and dull?

When I was lifting, eating clean to build my physique, I don’t remember it being boring.

Nor when was it boring when I was learning game (reading, cold approaching, how to think, etc.)

When I was younger and training to be a pro athlete, it wasn’t boring.

However at least 50% of the time, my work feels like I’m just going through motions.

I’m okay with doing hard work, I just want to be sure I’m on the right track because none of my previous life changing achievements were boring undertakings. For reference, I recently started a digital marketing agency, and I mostly spend my time prospecting and doing outreach to generate clients for my business.

For those of you who are majorly successful, what has your experience getting there been like?

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1y ago  The Hub

Stuck in a small Indian town till April. How do I experience life here?

I’m 25. I lift, eat clean, work, read, listen to podcasts blah blah blah.. however, I need something to DO instead of just sitting around consuming information.

I want to EXPERIENCE life. Not just sit around, reading about it.

When I was in the U.S., I’d go to bars and have a good time every weekend or mid-week too. I’d learn skiing, go to the zoo, and explore other interests. Now I’m in small-ish city in India, where the bars/clubs don’t really have many (if any) hot girls and the vibe is just dull overall. It’s not fun, so after 5-6 times, I stopped going. Martial arts, sports etc. have no decent outlet here either, and to top it all off I’m stuck here for the next 2-3 months, during which even domestic travel is difficult because I am investing most of my money in my new business.

Sitting at home every evening and engaging in productivity 7/7 days a week is not very fulfilling, and I can’t keep working all day.

I want to push out of my comfort zone. Does anyone have any ideas how I can experience life in this edge-of-the-world type town?

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1y ago  The Hub

@Redpillray

Can anyone recommend books on codependency?

I looked through codependent no more, but it seemed geared more towards women.

Read No More Mr Nice Guy and that was helpful for sure.

Appreciate any suggestions. Thanks!

Offhand, no. However, you might want to consider visiting avoiceformen.com as they discuss topics more along the lines of psychology and sociology than we make here. You may finding books on codependency written for men.

Scroll down to the bottom right of the front page where they provide "suggested reading" in red. Click the left or right tabs next to the book covers to scroll through their selection and check out the amazon descriptions for the books. Pick the ones you think may best address the concerns you're looking to explore.

Some may be available on pirate/bittorrent sites, but offhand I couldn't say which those would be or recommend which to look for. Generally, it's a Men going there own way (MGTOW) and Men's rights advocacy (MRA) site though, so there will be many black pills with some of the sites content. Good luck to you.

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1y ago  The Hub

Can anyone recommend books on codependency?

I looked through codependent no more, but it seemed geared more towards women.

Read No More Mr Nice Guy and that was helpful for sure.

Appreciate any suggestions. Thanks!

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