>Not intelligent >Not good looking >Not successful >Not cool >Not a hardworker >Not special in anyway >Nothing to offer anyone else can't >Age to 'experience' and 'find yourself' is long gone. >No one gives you respect, barely acknowledges you.
>Not intelligent Pick up a book and start reading, it'll make you at least appear intelligent >Not good looking Start lifting >Not successful Takes work and time >Not cool Just hang around people and you'll get a feel for social situations >Not a hardworker That c an be changed, how bad do you want it? >Not special in anyway You make yourself special >Nothing to offer anyone else can't Learn something new and unique >Age to 'experience' and 'find yourself' is long gone. Not really, that's all of life >No one gives you respect, barely acknowledges you. Respect is earned, see above advice
>>16775414 >Not intelligent >Not good looking >Not successful >Not cool >Not a hardworker All of these are things you can change, though they are best done one at a time.
I suggest that yoy start with looks. This is not to overinflate their importance, but because it's a relatively easy win that's highly visible, and thus tough to deny. You can't work miracles, but you might be surprised at what's possible with some changes in exercise, hygiene, and dress. You'll probably never escape the tyranny of the 10-point scale -most people can't- but most men can at least hit a 6 with some work.
Next is intelligence. This is usually not a means of "getting smarter", per se, but changing your approach to thinking about certain problems. I suggest starting here:
This course is not easy or quick, and it's not cheap either (some versions of the course are, but none of them come with the full texts, and while some of those can be gotten legally for free off places like Project Gutenberg, not all of them can). But even if you don't get all the way through, you should notice at least some improvement. Sadly, the professor has retired, so getting the course in person is no longer an option. Even when it was, that was the most expensive option of all. >Not special in anyway Most people aren't. The word "special" would have no meaning if everyone was.
You were raised to believe you were special. Almost everyone in the developed world is. It was thought that this would stave off depression in the young. All it really did was push it back a few years and make it worse when it did hit.
>Nothing to offer anyone else can't Again, that's true of most people. But everyone needs SOMEONE to offer these things, and there's no reason you can't be that person for some people.
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