Will People Like Me Even Though I'm ____?
I grew up feeling intensely uncomfortable around people. Whenever I met someone, I would get a sickening feeling in the pit of my stomach. I wondered, "will this person like me even though I'm ____?" And my "blanks" were a never-ending list.
Will this person like me even though I'm skinny?
Will this person like me even though my hands bend and curl in this way?
Will this person like me even though I use a wheelchair?
As a result, people were incredibly uncomfortable around me. My dating coach told me he felt sad in my presence when he first met me.
But all that changed with one simple realization.
Does this feeling come up for you? If it does, check out my 6 minute speech for what I did with my "blanks".
PS: yes, I am wearing skintight women's Lululemon clothing. And no, this wasn't a joke – my Toastmasters club meets right before my physical therapy appointment :)
Do you freeze up around attractive women? Have you never kissed a girl? Have you never had a girlfriend? Do you feel that everybody else has friends but you don’t? I’ve been there. And it sucks.
Here's my 30 second story:
I use a wheelchair and I have a degenerative muscle condition. I was always the shy, nerdy kid, and I had ZERO success with women – my first kiss didn't happen until I was 22 years old. I went to an Ivy League University and landed my dream job at Microsoft, but I was miserable. After the girl I was in love with told me, "I don't know how any woman could be attracted to a guy in a wheelchair," I hired a dating coach to turn my life around. Now, my social calendar is booked weeks in advance, and I get to choose the friends that I really want to spend time with. Now, I've been on 60+ dates, I've enjoyed sex and intimacy with several women, and I've had incredible girlfriends.
If you desire similar experiences, I know I can help you. Get my practical tips for improving your social and dating life by signing up below. I would love to help you, because now that I've experienced these massive improvements in my life, I wish someone would have stepped in much earlier and helped me.