Teenage AFC

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    Teenage AFC

    Hi my name is leon and im a high school sophomore attempting to become a PUA.

    I have missed out on a lot of opportunities to aquire social status. When i was young my parents divorced and i took a hard self esteem hit, from which i am still recovering from. However it wasnt that bad, because i was really friendly, until middle school.

    In middle school i would just try to talk to girls, and even if i wasnt interested in them, i'd get shot down by her or one of her friends. I also had similar luck getting friends, and only had one friend all through this. This fucked me up pretty bad on the inside. I started developing a nerd personality because i didnt have the chance to successfully relate to other people that often.

    And so my woes with women began.

    My freshman year was the lowest point of this, but also the year i (quite by chance) stumbled upon The Game on some website that reviewed books. I got my hands on a copy and read it twice over the course of a week.

    That book changed my life. A year later, I'm still an AFC, but i actually have sucessfully talked to girls, unakwardly! Im also a lot less submissive in social situations, and not stepped on as much by the popular guys. People also dont call me a fag anymore, which is really nice.

    I must say though that im attracted to pickup not so much because i want to get laid constantly (although i wouldnt mind ), but because i want to have the normal life that everybody else at school has. I want to have friends (male and female) that i can just hang out with, and maybe just be less socially akward too.

    So far my social status has gone up from being publicly humiliated for the enjoyment of others, to probably that of an average kid. Im still a loner though.


    The main thing I need help with is finding good advice for sarging at school. A lot of the stuff i've read doesnt apply to me, because i dont got to nightclubs and bars, i dont have money to buy cool clothing, and very little free time.

    The girls at school are the same everyday, so theres a lot more risk that if i screw up, it'll stay with me. I do a lot of things, but none of them well enough to DHV with.

    I play the guitar and several other instruments, play tennis, run cross country. Im working really hard to improve in everything, so I can incorporate them into my game.

    As far looks go, im average. I could benefit from style advice, as im just wearing a hoodie and jeans right now. I also need to figure out a good haircut. My attempts at peacocking have actually led to me being laughed at, so i just gave up on that.

    Ever since I got more social I have notice that girls will often try to start a conversation with me. I get about 2-3 IOIs a day from girls in my classes.

    So yeah that's pretty much me. If you have any good ideas for me i would love to hear them!

    Leon



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    Ok this thread will be closed because you're under age.. but i;ll try and give you advice. Sarging in high school is a BAD idea.. because all high school students gossip. Nobody cares if your game is good, its all about social status with high school girls. Join things outside of school, take up a sport or something. This will lift your confidence and you'll make more friends. I know you're already doing this, continue to do it. The more active you are, the more people you will meet outside of high school.

    Join the gym and start working out. Buff up your body, this will be easy if you're thin. Start reading mens magazines and join forums where you can read posts related to male fashion, clothes etc.

    At 15, a peacoat is not cool...nor is most of peacock stuff. Its wearing hollister and whatever other typical teenage brand.

    Find someone whos slightly cooler then you and befriend them. Dont go for the coolest kid in school, but someone somewhat cooler then you...this way you're seen as somewhat more "popular".

    When i was in high school there was the guy that tried to pick up every attractive girl. DONT BE THAT GUY.
    That guy never got girls. You probably want to focus on making female friends, more so then trying to get into their pants. This will instantly lift your game.

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    Thanks for the advice

    I have had bad luck with some of the techniques, so i have stopped doing pickup at school, aside from mirroring girls, and occasional C&F.

    Prefer to make small talk with girls online, build rapport. One time i tried a pattern on a girl over IM. I diluted it as much as possible, and I got a positive result.

    But i have not tried to push it.

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    Since you quickly edited out your age I should point it out, since users should be 18 or older.

    Your age was 15 years old before I clicked refresh.

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    The forum rules are explicitly clear that you should be at least 18 to post here. Come back when you do.

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