At what point should you take a girl losing interest as "forces outside of your control"?

January 31, 2019
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As many of us do, we tend to be hard on ourselves when a girl loses interest and receive it as a sign of personal inadequacy -- which could stem from self-awareness of mistakes such as with bad game (which we can learn from and recalibrate) or something deeper such as lack of self-confidence.

In a world where men are constantly being judged, qualified and tested by women (many would argue these tests are subconsciously done, and thus women are blissfully unaware), at what point do we stop blaming ourselves for one-sided disinterest (or evidence of declining interest)? How do we deal with the frustration of it all and not become butt-hurt or jaded?

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Title At what point should you take a girl losing interest as "forces outside of your control"?
Author KillaJewels
Upvotes 6
Comments 11
Date January 31, 2019 2:48 PM UTC (2 years ago)
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