Barbarian Number 8

Where to look for love?

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1 minute ago, aurum said:

@Shin

What is your alternative suggestion?

 

 

Doing activities he like to find compatible partner, and traditional pick up in the street to rise his game if he want to have faster gain.

Impro is great too.


Everything you want
Is on the other side of fear

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On 2/15/2018 at 5:16 PM, Shin said:

Doing activities he like to find compatible partner, and traditional pick up in the street to rise his game if he want to have faster gain.

Impro is great too.

If all a guy is looking for is to settle down with some cute girl with some basic commonalities, I agree. You could eventually get that doing what you said. I've done it myself in the past.

But in my current reality, that's selling yourself way, way too short.

It might be a good stepping stone if you're new to game, but you'll never consistently date the most attractive women you can doing that. The results I'm personally after require a much different strategy and lifestyle design.


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@Sippycup Hej! haha! :)  I think that you might be right. Selfactualizition seems to be a somewhat solitary lifestyle.

Tinder is not a so big thing in my country. Also the peoplementality here is as cold and isolated as the weather and 4 layers of clothing.

The lack of sun really messes up peoples desire to mingle.

 

I am sorry to say that there are very few "advanced" people in my biome. I am usually the smartest one in the room and _that_ is very depressing when trying to selfactualize.

On the upside I get hit upon, but....not by anybody that I want or can see a future with.

Also, we have the agething. I am 44 and that means that all the best fruits where picked up in the morning and now at midday, only the leftovers and the singlemoms are at the market.

Ja, I prefer to meet in person. I am at my best when being "experienced", not in writing and photo.

But I will try your youtube-advice. It can be a beginning of something good or practice, to widen the search. If it works out, I will name my firstborn: @Sippycup ! :)

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@Nahm  Ja, I guess you are right.

But my biological clock is ticking and now that I have most thing where I am happy with them, I started focusing on reproducing with a lifecompanion.

It will not complete me, but it will add to my experience.....I think.....I hope....I want to try....

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@Ayilton  Very true. But my hand cramped up and I want to share my life.

 

So, to put it in perspective.....I was sitting under a palmtree at Kata beach, toes in the sand and me eating bananapancakes and drinking a coconut.

I was thinking...it would be nice to share with an equal, someone to do adventures with.

 

I am suspecting that at some point in selfdevelopment, there is the stage of sharing. I might be wrong. I am still in development...

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@Barbarian Number 8 right on! Spouse & kids are the best. Always fun. Most of time. Well, a lot of the time. Sometimes. Once and awhile they’re great. I don’t know. They’re a lot of work. 

Jk 


Fear is nothing to love, and love is nothing to fear. 

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@Girzo  Hmmm, I was actually considering picking up yoga. Could be fun. But the turn-off there would be that I heard people fart alot when practecing!? :( I don´t know why, but it would kill the romance for me.

I learned to stay away from western-shoppingmalls, the girls there are very materialistic and also mostley unemployed. Any place that mall aircon is a plus, the pick up selection is better.

I am a minimalist, so malls usually rubbs me the wrong way. Except the foodcourt...me loves them! :)

I will try out more music festivals, it might work.

The cafés at city centres are good places I think (but not in my country).

 

 

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