How to get over the fear of missing out?

July 5, 2020

Im 22 yo. Discovered trp about 2 years ago after i got my heart broken by oneitis. Lifting regularly(untill this whole virus thing) got many dates. More then i ever got. Fucked more girls and hot ones i once taught were out of my league.

But i still have this feeling like im not doing something right and that im missing out on so much fun. I see people who have a lot of friends. Travel to cool places, have hotter chicks then mine. Basically living way better life then mine even tho im red pilled.

My biggest fear is to grow old and feel like i missed out on a lot. I belive this is my biggest weakness at the moment. How do i overcome it?

Thanks in advance.

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Title How to get over the fear of missing out?
Author Dimenzije90
Upvotes 1
Comments 3
Date July 5, 2020 9:25 PM UTC (10 months ago)
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[–]amwfhunter2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

You're should be focusing on building your future. This is something you dwell upon when you're like late 20s ans haven't got a clue. Or midlife crisis lol

[–]FirstName_LastName40 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy Link

I get the feeling you are comparing yourself too much to other people, perhaps in social medial like Instagram where people often portray a cool life that just isnt true.

Its true that there will always be someone with a cooler life, but you have to stop comparing your life to others, maybe for inspiration but not to feel like you are worse than them

[–]jojojijo3330 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

You're an insecure MF

You can kill a man, but you can't kill an idea.

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