Truth and myth of online dating
Along the same lines as being a nice and interesting guy, many men use the therapist ploy to attempt being lovers with a woman.
We've seen this myth play out time and time again by desperate fools trying to get laid.
It sucks to be so nervous around a woman that you babble incoherently, and it is even worse to act like a stud and have her slap you in front of your buddies. Get out, date, deal with the inevitable rejections, have fun, and learn about the machinery in your own head that leads to trouble and failure with women.
When it comes to dating, most men are run by myths, misconceptions, and denial of their power as men.
Guys love to believe that they don't have what it takes to get laid.
Most men use their lack of success as an excuse for not dating and pursuing the women they really want.
These are complied from "How to Succeed With Women" - the best-selling book I co-wrote, published by Simon Shuster in 1998.
She starts crying on his shoulder more frequently and even begins asking him to take her out for ice cream, expensive dinners, and even loan her money when she becomes too depressed to work. She begins telling him about her problems with men. therapist stays in the role of advice giver and a lowly "friend' to the woman. The most important thing in dealing with a woman is to make your romantic interests known right away so she thinks of you as a potential lover, not a friend.
He thinks that if he can solve her emotional problems she will want to date him. Suddenly she starts to discuss every problem in her life with him.
The guy thinks this is good and listens more and more and more to her complaints.
After personally surveying hundreds of women, most are looking for a man like you, a normal guy with normal desires and a normal job. It won't happen by you staying home complaining about it.
The point is that you have what it takes to get women when you understand what the game is.