Don Diebel's "Get Girls"
Is Being a Porcupine Causing You to be a Failure With Single Women?
I'm sure that you are familiar with the animal porcupine. They have sharp prickly needles all over their bodies and you just can't get close to them.
Are you acting like a porcupine when you're around single women? Does this describe you?
1. Do you have a chip on your shoulder?
2. Are you oversensitive and tend to analyze everything someone says as directed to you in a negative say?
3. When you're on a date do you expect to be offended and rejected?
4. When on your date do you focus all your attention on trying to find faults with your date?
5. Do you reject a woman's advances to try and get to know you intimately?
6. Do you think all women are cold, stuck-up, self-centered, and standoffish?
These are all classic symptoms of being a human porcupine. And, what is sad is that you may not even be aware of it. And being this way can cause you to be a failure with single women.
I'm sure you've heard the old saying, "What goes around come around." Well, if you treat women coldly and don't let anyone get close to you, guess what happens? Women will respond in kind and treat you the say way.
What you want to do to break this porcupine curse is to act just the opposite. Be friendly, kind, warm, affectionate, caring and loving towards single women and they will tend to treat you the same way. In other words you've got to give love to receive love.
In closing, it would be helpful to consult with a very close friend or relative to have them give you their honest opinion to whether you have any of the symptoms of being a human porcupine. If you do have any of these symptoms, go to work on yourself right away to eliminate these negative traits that can play hell with your love life.
You may be scaring away women and not even be aware of it. And the reason might just be because you're acting like a porcupine.
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