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I am going to give you the skill-sets that allow you to carry on a regular conversation and actually relate to the woman you are talking to rather than simply throwing up a routine on her. These skill-sets stay with you at all times and make it so simple that you can adapt them to any situation and deal with any obstacle calmly and coolly. The materials I provide will show you how to boost your sexual and masculine confidence by gaining a clearer understanding of how women work, what they want, and why they do the things they do. This strong masculine presence will allow you to attract women. I know what you are thinking… "She doesn’t understand.”I wish I could say that was true, but for years I struggled like you -unsure of myself, I suffered from severe social anxiety, and was constantly living in my head. It took a tremendous wakeup call - one that put my life in danger - to start making real changes in how I approached other people. It reached a point of such severity that when I was only twenty-years old I had a stroke. To say it was one of the most stressful years of my life would be an immense understatement. After following a man to a college, only to break up with him a month later, disconnecting from all of my friends and struggling with an eating disorder for most of a year, my body hit a barrier. While working as a summer camp counselor, I collapsed. When I awoke, I was partially paralyzed. I could barely communicate with those around me.
13 Get Free Training: How To Sexually Escalate With Women On A Date From there, things just got worse. It did not matter that I had bleeding in my brain that resulted in a minor stroke. The side effects created a deep state of self-consciousness than I had never felt before. I was harshly judging myself, which created a barrier between others and me. I was lonely, frustrated, and lost. It took almost two years to recover. At the age of 23, after school, I decided to make a change and moved to Los Angeles. On the day I left, I made a huge promise to myself. I told myself, "I’m going to break free of the judgments I place on myself. I’m going to try new things. I’m going to meet new people and break down these barriers that are stopping me from connecting to others." When I got to Los Angeles, I dove head first into pushing myself to do things that I was otherwise afraid of doing. The move to Los Angeles had been the biggest risk I ever taken; why not take just one more? I decided to go dancing despite my injury, which had made dancing nearly impossible without feeling self-conscious. I met new and interesting people who were not like me but that was okay. I created a new life for myself and I did it through the greatest adversity I had ever felt.