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 Post subject: My plan for recovery
PostPosted: 16 Feb 2015, 21:37 
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I'm going to rundown a setlist of potential things I'm going to do to try and recover from Loveshyness/Involuntary celibacy. Its basically my recovery plan and I will keep things brief. Here goes.
1. Move out on my own asap. Most definitely before the end of this year( I already gave the ultimatum to my crazy mother), preferably as soon as possible after I turn 20.
2. Go on a strict diet and start exercising to lose all this weight and then start lifting weights to build up muscles. Bodybuilding whatever it takes to get a six-pack and get "ripped” at least a little.
3. Get better hygiene and get a sense of style. I need to get rid of what little pimples I have left and up my showering to twice a day( instead of once), and some other stuff that I won't get into. Also the sense of style, I need better clothes and hairstyle. Hell, maybe even a ear piercing. I heard women like fashionable men lol.
4. Read Dr. Gilmartins loveshyness book and all the pua books I've been researching.
5. Go to escorts for at least a couple years to get experience and to get comfortable being around women.
6. Try a project along the lines of ieatboogers, and give sex sites a try.
7. Most importantly give the writing a shot because that could be my one shot at a better life. It could lead to fame, fortune, women, and if I'm lucky like Stephen King or Sylvester Stallone; acting.

That is my recovery plan. I'm hoping I can go on to turn my life around and have an awesome sex life/career. We'll see. I'm going to get to work on this step by step and it starts with getting moved out. Hopefully it will all work out. Cheers.


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Also I just want to point out that I'm not delusional enough to think that I could definitely make something happen with the writing. I just want to give it a try and if nothing happens then so be it. There will always be blue collar.


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The biggest and most important step right now is getting moved out. When I do that, its going to be the best day of my life. I can't wait. Wish me luck please.


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Good luck on your journey. Will be happy for you when that day comes around.


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Sounds like a solid plan. I'm not sure if this is an option for you but if you're in the U.S. The housing market is just starting to recover. I got my house when the market hit the crapper and it's now paid off. I wonder if you may have a similar option.

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I'm sorry, maybe this is weird but I don't understand, myself being naturally drawn to fashion, how do you just "get a sense of style"? Where do you look for inspiration? I'm super curious what you dudes on here look like & why y'all have such bad luck with the ladies.
But, um, friendly tip... earrings aren't particularly fashionable on men anymore. From my perspective they're too feminine a piercing & I think guys can only get away with gauges bc they're way more masculine. I'm gonna go out on a limb & guess that's not really your style though...


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Good luck on your journey. Will be happy for you when that day comes around.


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Sounds like a solid plan. I'm not sure if this is an option for you but if you're in the U.S. The housing market is just starting to recover. I got my house when the market hit the crapper and it's now paid off. I wonder if you may have a similar option.


I plan on renting untill I can slowly but surely get some serious cash saved up.


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I'm sorry, maybe this is weird but I don't understand, myself being naturally drawn to fashion, how do you just "get a sense of style"? Where do you look for inspiration? I'm super curious what you dudes on here look like & why y'all have such bad luck with the ladies.
But, um, friendly tip... earrings aren't particularly fashionable on men anymore. From my perspective they're too feminine a piercing & I think guys can only get away with gauges bc they're way more masculine. I'm gonna go out on a limb & guess that's not really your style though...


I don't even know what gauges are. I draw inspiration from more feminine guys when it comes to fashion. Marilyn Manson being one. :lol:


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APrettyLady wrote:
I'm sorry, maybe this is weird but I don't understand, myself being naturally drawn to fashion, how do you just "get a sense of style"? Where do you look for inspiration? I'm super curious what you dudes on here look like & why y'all have such bad luck with the ladies.
But, um, friendly tip... earrings aren't particularly fashionable on men anymore. From my perspective they're too feminine a piercing & I think guys can only get away with gauges bc they're way more masculine. I'm gonna go out on a limb & guess that's not really your style though...


I don't even know what gauges are. I draw inspiration from more feminine guys when it comes to fashion. Marilyn Manson being one. :lol:


They're those awful things where people stretch out giant holes in their earlobes like some African tribesman.

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Struggling101 wrote:
APrettyLady wrote:
I'm sorry, maybe this is weird but I don't understand, myself being naturally drawn to fashion, how do you just "get a sense of style"? Where do you look for inspiration? I'm super curious what you dudes on here look like & why y'all have such bad luck with the ladies.
But, um, friendly tip... earrings aren't particularly fashionable on men anymore. From my perspective they're too feminine a piercing & I think guys can only get away with gauges bc they're way more masculine. I'm gonna go out on a limb & guess that's not really your style though...


I don't even know what gauges are. I draw inspiration from more feminine guys when it comes to fashion. Marilyn Manson being one. :lol:



Ooo, ok interesting. & yes, as OP responded, gauges are stretched ears, although relaying them to African tribesmen is pretty outdated & kinda racist IMHO. So you stylize yourself in a dark/goth fashion? My curiosity is great, I apologize in advance.


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Ooo, ok interesting. & yes, as OP responded, gauges are stretched ears, although relaying them to African tribesmen is pretty outdated & kinda racist IMHO. So you stylize yourself in a dark/goth fashion? My curiosity is great, I apologize in advance.


Serious question: if it was Germanic tribesmen who practiced stretching of the skin and I used them as a direct example instead, would it still be racist?

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APrettyLady wrote:
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APrettyLady wrote:
I'm sorry, maybe this is weird but I don't understand, myself being naturally drawn to fashion, how do you just "get a sense of style"? Where do you look for inspiration? I'm super curious what you dudes on here look like & why y'all have such bad luck with the ladies.
But, um, friendly tip... earrings aren't particularly fashionable on men anymore. From my perspective they're too feminine a piercing & I think guys can only get away with gauges bc they're way more masculine. I'm gonna go out on a limb & guess that's not really your style though...


I don't even know what gauges are. I draw inspiration from more feminine guys when it comes to fashion. Marilyn Manson being one. :lol:



Ooo, ok interesting. & yes, as OP responded, gauges are stretched ears, although relaying them to African tribesmen is pretty outdated & kinda racist IMHO. So you stylize yourself in a dark/goth fashion? My curiosity is great, I apologize in advance.


I used to until I got my hair buzzed off. I like experimenting with weird styles yes. But thanks to my "family” I need my own place to really do it.


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Ooo, ok interesting. & yes, as OP responded, gauges are stretched ears, although relaying them to African tribesmen is pretty outdated & kinda racist IMHO. So you stylize yourself in a dark/goth fashion? My curiosity is great, I apologize in advance.


Serious question: if it was Germanic tribesmen who practiced stretching of the skin and I used them as a direct example instead, would it still be racist?


Serious answer: Still think yeah bc it's something that's been practiced in cultures all around the world that is simultaneously being called awful & attached to one race.


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