Hey guys! Just wanted to thank you all once again. I have been making changes in my life and my mindsets.
Just the other day my girlfriend of 3 and half years broke up with me. I kinda knew it was going to happen. Now I guess I have no choice but to learn how to be single (successfully).
I am actually surprised how well I am handling it. I thought I'd be totally crushed, but while I am feeling quite sad, I have actually accepted it and just want to find a way to move on.
On the positive side, I improved my diet and started working out. I am also moving to London next week for an internship where I'll hopefully meet new people and also save up a bit so I can get coaching or at least join the G3 program and buy some cool clothes.
I decided to stay away from medications. I believe I have it in me to get over this. With the help of your advice and some inspirational people I met, I've finally accepted that I can only control my own thoughts, actions, reactions, emotions and feelings (to some extent). I shouldn't feel like shit because of things I have no control over.
There's something I wanted to ask you guys but I am not sure I'll manage to word it properly. Basically, I want to get good with women. I want to experience new things, have a better choice when it comes to the women I date and just have a fulfilling love life. But...Do you think that can be achieved if you don't make it your number one priority? Cause I want to grow professionally, I want to advance in my martial art, I want to achieve a few other things. They will all make me a more interesting and well-rounded person and, therefore more attractive, but they require time. How much time did you guys devote to getting better when you were new? Is it absolutely necessary to go all-in? I want to be good with women but not at the expense of other things in my life. Possible?