No matter how charming you are, you’re GOING to get rejected by some women. How you handle it will have ripple effects that can sabotage your chances with other women. Learning to handle rejection well is key. READ THIS to learn the do’s and don’ts!
If you’ve ever been rejected by a woman before (and who hasn’t?) then you know it can sting a little. Some guys handle this like a mature adult and take it in their stride… While others, not so much.
Such as the guy in this viral video here who had an epic meltdown inside a bagel shop.
And what was it that set him off?
Being rejected by women on dating apps, apparently because of his height.
Now, I’ve got no doubt that being short doesn’t help his chances on dating apps. But for the most part it’s his attitude that makes him unattractive to women. He has that victim mentality where he thinks everything is against him, and blows things way out of proportion.
And I see this in guys all the time. If they get rebuffed by a woman, their first instinct is to lash out in anger. They might insult her, or say they weren’t interested in her anyway, or something else to try and hurt her while reinflating their own ego.
Not only does this make women more guarded when guys approach them in the future… But guys who react like that are also hurting their own success with women.
Because it creates feelings of bitterness, resentment and anger towards women.
And we can spot this pretty easily in guys. When we see it, then it’s a pretty big giveaway that other women are mostly rejecting them. So we probably wouldn’t be interested either. Not to mention that they can come off as creepy and scary. Because we don’t know if they’re gonna lose it and physically attack us.
But when we meet guys who are positive, relaxed, and don’t get angry when something doesn’t go their way, it paints a very different picture.
We naturally assume this type of guy is used to getting what he wants, which makes us intrigued. This is one reason you’re better off being light and playful when meeting women, rather than serious and intense.
You’ll come across as a positive guy who probably does really well with women. (As opposed to the guy in the bagel shop who is angry at the world and probably never been laid.)
So if a woman challenges you — or even outright rejects you — don’t make a big deal of it.
Either playfully challenge her back, or if she’s clearly not interested, move on and find another woman to talk to. Of course, if you find that you’re getting rejected more often than not, you need to reconsider your strategy.
Because when you’re approaching women correctly, most of the time you should be getting positive responses. Even if you’re on a dating app, it’s not hard to stand out among 90% of the men on there and get great results… if you know what you’re doing.
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