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– Alexis I got lots of questions about that from both men and women.
Some examples that came up was talking to your boss or manager, talk to tall people, good looking people, mean/unpleasant people, and those you’re attracted to.
You don’t want to walk around in life looking for people’s shortcomings.A lot of things are part of who you are: Mini exercise: What are some things you are good at?Spend a few minutes to think about it, write it down if you want more clarity.Instead, spend a moment right now to think about a specific person who intimidates you and what that person’s shortcomings might be.Remember to view that person’s shortcomings from a compassionate perspective.
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The number one example men brought up was talking to women they’re attracted to. The advice is collected from studies in the field of cognitive behavioral science and my own experience.