Meeting attractive girls that you sincerely want to be part of your life is a skill set. It’s true that some guys develop it naturally and have it easier for them. On the other hand, some guys do have to work for it. Either way, it is what it is. Here are my thoughts on getting the girl you want.
Life can get pretty crazy sometimes. Life likes to throw you curveballs. Shit happens. I’ve had a lot of shit happen to me too, but this post isn't about moping about giving each other sympathy cards. Inside you will find 6 lessons I've learned from the shit that's happened to me, and I believe it can help when shit happens to you. Find out more inside.
“Me too!” She replies when you told her how much you love pugs! It’s 3:35am. You have to be up in 3 hours for work. Fuck it. You’re on the phone with a cutie you’ve been seeing for a couple weeks now.…
The other night I went out with a guy who'd been told I was legendary with girls. Most people would love this attention, but it worked against me. The whole night, as we floundered around the bar, I barely approached and talked to any any girls. I dished out a lot of excuses. Here's why.
Have you ever thought of approaching a girl, but then justified not doing it because "she looked like a bitch?" I find this is a common excuse many guys use to avoid approaching the cutie they want to. This thinking couldn't be further from the truth. Find out why inside.
If I could write a letter to my 17 year old self, it'll be something like this...
Oh man, break ups provide a bad cocktail of emotional confusion all around. I think it’s sad how some relationships go from luke warm to searing hot then at a snap of a finger, ice cold. There’s no easy way to break someone’s heart but here are a few things I’ve learned to make it just a little bit better.
I think it’s safe to assume that most people have integrity and good intentions. People are good natured. I know when I communicate to other people I am coming from a position of being real and genuine. This could also be a problem, if not calibrated properly. So how do you choose what to confide and when? Find out inside.
“Click…” was the last thing I heard when my dad hung up the phone. After I gathered enough balls to anticipate the verbal lashing to follow, I finally told him. I quit my engineering job and it felt damn good. I knew he…
A friend and I we’re having a chat at 3:30 am. “Sigh” I’m scared and excited to hear what he had to say. A concern that was brought up was a comfort zone that I have. I like creating and starting things. I like the idea of putting together something from nothing.There’s a problem though if the idea is not seen all the way through. So how have I been able to fix this and accomplish my goals?