- Jun 24, 2019
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"Why not understanding what an alpha is and is not, isn’t a problem.."
If you’re giving it to her right, and nailing other aspects of the relationship, she will be very receptive to a lot of sex. But it is a good note not to be on it 24/7.Good advice is to give it to her every so slightly less than she needs - sex is not a bargaining chip as I can take it or leave it these days - it’s not a hold on me, if she decides no, I’ll happily have a fap. Perhaps not less than she needs, but just don’t be all on it 24/7 as it will become a chore to her and a tool of control. It’s quite empowering if she says “not in mood” then I can happily say “ok” and not be all morose about it
So, all the chaps I would consider “alpha” I see from my school....
Nearly all of them I see are married to women who bagged them in early 20s.
I see their profiles and see the old woman next to them.
I’m most definitely a sigma male. Not a beta butt kisser, most people who’ve known me describe me as a bit of a hermit or recluse. I’m too charming to be a weirdo, but I’ve always “marched to the beat of a different drum”
I know a few of my kind, and all of them are the same as me- with a much younger woman.
I never had the luxury of a solid reputation in my youth. Consequently, I wasn’t pinned down. I had my fair share of girls. I just wasn’t much of a social entity so I never had that girl bait social status.
So, in the long run, being too desirable can be a bad thing. Sure, those guys got the hot girl at school. Being a few notches down actually made things easier.
Western women age - a lot. A lot of the guys who ended up with women their same age. They look better than they did at 25, but their wives - Jesus. A woman at 35 just isn’t a woman at 21.
Nah.you're trying to take on traits that's naturally not yours and you'll come off as fakes