Seduction Community Effect

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When most guys join the seduction community, they are on a mission to improve their dating skills with women. Unfortunately, there "side effects" to joining the community that most of the gurus don't tell you about in the fine print. While most guys join with the seduction community sincere desire to improve their social skills, the fact of the matter is there is a very strong correlation between joining the seduction community, and adopting weird behaviors. I'm going to talk about some of the side effects of the seduction community.

1. Female Validation Addiction

The first side effect of the seduction community, is that you get addicted to getting validation from girls. This of course doesn't seem like a big deal when you're out sarging
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More often than not, she would rather have a single commitment than a random fling.

Within a social circle setting, this dynamic becomes much more obvious. Sometimes the courtship spans out over long periods of time simply due to logistics. It's the PUA nerd who's read too many eBooks, who tries to force the close on day three because he thinks it MUST happen then. This is not strictly true in social circle game. In cold approach, her attraction for you evaporates like a vapor. In social circle game, your attraction is static, because your value is static.

My biggest "ah ha" was that social skills are bigger and more important than pick up skills. A guy who is high status, and has many high status friends who are both male and female, typically does not have too much trouble getting a date. He doesn't need to spend thousands of hours listening to programs and cold approaching night after night. He also does not have any of the weird side effects that come from being stuck in the seduction community mindset for too long. He is chill, he is fun, he is dominant, he is social. This has been my attraction to social circle

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