This is from : "Girls of Reddit, what are common mannerisms for a guy that screams low self confidence?" Thread
-Saying I'm sorry too much.
-Immediately sending text.
-Lack of backbone
-Poor eye contact
-Too much agreement even when if he really does agree.
I kind of don't even want to talk to women in real life anymore because they judge the fuck out of every single damn word, movement and body signal. The moment you SAY or DO one thing wrong it's game over man.
Even when everything does go ok if you kiss a female wrong it's game over. It's much better to just stay single these days.
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@Urotsukidoji this list is mostly correct. If you are upset by it, that's probably because it hits too close to home.
This is coming from someone who, in his early 20s, fit most of these descriptions, and not surprisingly, didn't do great with women. Also unsurprisingly, I blamed women for this and not myself, because I simply didn't understand women's perspective.
But I do now, and none of those things describe me anymore. And you know what? I have no problem attracting or keeping women now.
Does this mean I act like an asshole? No, not at all - it means I'm not a clingy puppy that's too eager to please, a push-over, or wallowing in depression and a lack of self esteem - none of which are attractive and all of which will repel women.
The irony is that the more you care about what EVERYONE thinks about you, the less most people are apt to like or respect you, and the less you care about what everyone thinks of you, the more most people will like and respect you. That's because not caring about what the majority thinks of you is a sign of self-confidence. We all have a handful of important people in our lives, and all that should matter is what those few people think of us, and what we think about ourselves. We know if we are doing the right thing or not, and don't need random others to tell us otherwise; that's what our respected mentors are for.
You can either stay home and wallow in self-pity and stay single forever, or you can change your perspective and your attitude and be successful with women (and with your relationships with men as well - the same things apply to business and professional relationships). The choice is yours.2