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Become high value to family and friends?

October 11, 2018
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The Red Pill showed me how a man becomes high value and attractive to women based on how they operate and what they value.

How does a man become attractive to family and friends - the person everyone wants to be around?

Is it different for women? How do they become high value to family/friends?

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Title Become high value to family and friends?
Author Idunnowhy2
Upvotes 5
Comments 6
Date October 11, 2018 11:52 AM UTC (4 years ago)
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[–]W_O_M_B_A_T1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

It's really difficult to change your established status with your family. Old insecurities and childhood memories aren't quickly forgotten. Usually requires death of your parents. That is, a regime change. Siblings have a vested interest in preserving established roles and attitudes, even if they're dysfunctional/toxic on the side of one or both parties.

Only thing you can do as an adult is to limit your time and consideration with family members who don't respect you. Send them a card for their birthday. Send flowers if they're in the hospital, maybe. Certainly not more than that.

[–]bondbandito1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

How does a man become attractive to family and friends - the person everyone wants to be around?

No difference from being attractive to women, except in the case of friends, not making them feel insecure.

Is it different for women? How do they become high value to family/friends?

Ask redpill women. This is beyond the scope.

But okay I'll give my opinion. Women's true biological purpose means, if they offer support emotionally and physically (can mean helping to cook and offer hugs) they are valuable. But societal context would range a lot of shit. High value doesn't mean positive. A landwhale that goes around insulting men at the bar to make her insecure female friend feel better is offering value after all

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

This is actually a very very tricky one, it sounds simple but it's really deep, let me explain.

For the parents, all they wanna see in their "male" kid, is strong personality, even when you disagree with them, just make sure to do it politely and have your aims right. Parents can sense confidence.

For the friends, becoming high value is about "giving", Owh and the very small details matter such as showing interest, smiling much when you meet, helping in need and what not... But make sure you only have a very small amount of friends, like the saying goes "friend of all, is friend of none"

For the females, you have to make your self desirable, AND DO NOT SHOW MUCH INTEREST, forget the movies where he's like you're my everything and all that nonsense, since this is the Red pill section, you should already be familiar with that. think of it this way, MOTHER - MATERNITY - MAYA... all comes down to matter, so in the eyes of women, it's about material stuff, not by their choice, it's the way they're wired, they can't help it !! So as short answer, for women you need material stuff, as shallow it sounds, it's the sad reality my friend.

[–]El_Serpiente_Roja0 points1 point  (2 children) | Copy Link

Friends is a toss up but family is easy just make alot of money and they will admire and revere you.

[–]Gooseypapa0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

This is sad but true

[–]menial_optimist0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

The family part is next to impossible. I was stagnant for many years in my 20s and my aunts and uncles respected me a lot less for it while my cousins were attending prestigious universities to become biologists or engineers. Even though I'm going to school now to for comp engineering and they're encouraging, their judgements from years past will likely never die and it would probably be impossible to live up to their expectations now, nor should I have any interest in even doing so. Black sheep mentality.

I could probably be making 1m a year but they'll still think of me as the loser who blew most of his 20s collecting welfare.

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