Master Don Juan
- Aug 6, 2009
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What you're saying makes sense. It sounds odd though when you compare that to a very common complain on these forums:What this does is it creates cognitive dissonance. You value her more than she values herself. And thus, she has no choice but to see you as low value - and even lower valued than the guys she likes in her social circles, even if you were more handsome.
It's a psychological trick that has many high value guys in the clubs getting rejected by 6's and 7's. It doesn't add up.
That women are over-valuing themselves. That even less attractive girls are expecting to land top guys. Seems strange that they have such high opinions of themselves but then think they are too low value to be pursued.