Publisher: Mike Pilinski
Gadget Name: Pick Up Artist\'s Tips and Dating Strategies
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|READER Q AND A... ABOUT GETTING A FORMER GIRLFRIEND BACK...||Published: 15/09/09|
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First off I'd like to thank you for all the great advice on picking up girls. I've been successful by following your suggestions, but 2 months ago my girlfriend broke up with me. I always thought if someone were to end the relationship, it would be me. We dated for 7 months, which is a pretty long time for high schoolers, I'm going to be a junior and she'll be a sophomore. At first I was devastated and couldn't hide it from her.
I cried and kept asking her why she would treat me so poorly after all we had been through, even though I knew it wouldn't bring her back to me. More recently I've been trying to act like I'm actually happy without her, and the last time she tried to talk to me I blew her off with one-word answers and excuses that I was too busy to talk. I also flirted with lots of other girls. She seemed hurt, but she didn't come crying back.
What can I do to get her back in my arms? Any tips would be appreciated.
Thanks for writing. Actually the advice I have for you probably isn't what you want to hear. At your age you're going through the hi-lo cycle of infatuation and romance, a chemical high in fact. You have to realize that your early experiences with women are all mostly learning exercises, and that there's no logical sense in getting too wrapped up with any one girl at this point as these things have no chance of lasting very far into your approaching young adulthood.
The most important thing about social interactions with women in your teens (and I wish I would've known this!) is to have as MANY of them as possible in order to receive a priceless education in how the female mind operates, both when you're trying to score them and later when trying to have a relationship. Whatever it was that went down in this particular case is something that needs to go into your memory bank for NEXT time... in other words, this experience is more valuable to you than the girl! (Although it certainly doesn't feel this way to you right now). That's the value of having an "old guys" perspective on things.
Just move on, the thrill of a new love and another wonderful infatuation awaits you. This is the mission of your youth... explore, live! It's not about pining away after lost chances like some middle-aged loser. Right? Take care buddy.
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