Will I always be on GAG? Probably! But the extent and my role on here will change. I was on here every day and I've asked hundreds of questions. I've answered over 1000 questions. Now, I may just go on here on occasion.
When I came on here last summer. I was a guy with no confidence and no understanding of women and relationships. So I asked a lot of questions, posted on forums, read some books, all about relationships and dating. At this point, I feel like the over exposure of all that information has made me too prepared.
But there needs to be a balance, as either extreme is bad. I think GAG was good for me to catch up to speed on what I missed my whole life (most of which was less social), but now I see myself going too fast in the direction of seeking knowledge that I've already learned and basically trying to engineer myself to be the perfect man for a woman. And that just has to happen naturally.
For example, I have a friend who is a buddhist. At first, he trapped himself in his room for a month, after being an atheist his whole life and did nothing all day but read dozens of buddhist books and he'd go to temples. He admit he took it too far and wanted to settle down, but he is still a buddhist now. He's just doing it at a natural pace.
Same with me and GAG.
I went on GAG with the goal of me building myself into the perfect machine-person who can be attractive to any and all women. Now I know that I just gotta be who I want to be, try to be a good person, but not perfect. Be who I can, and let some women accept and some reject me, but seek only my own approval.
Anyone else know what I mean?
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This site is good to get the opposite gender's perspective on things, as well as learning from the experiences of people from the same gender.
I do understand the "information overload" that one can get being on this site, though.
Just make sure that you actually DO, instead of STUDY. Don't get caught up in being perfect (this is coming from a perfectionist by the way lol).
The #1 key is to be a slightly tweaked version of YOURSELF, and not being afraid to make mistakes.
To use an American Football reference, if you're afraid of throwing an interception, then you might not as well drop back to pass in the first place. :-P1