How would you respond to initial pseudo-rejection?

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Today I opened a girl on our way home from the gym. Mostly small talk, some good laughs. At one point I mentioned how my friend and I usually play pool on Thursdays, but this week he can’t make it (true), then I asked if she wanted to join me. She said “oh I can’t, I have plans on Thursday” and nothing else. Now, after reading /r/seduction for awhile, I’ve always heard that a girl saying she’s busy and not offering another day or activity means she’s not interested. In my case, I made a joke and said “that’s a shame, I would have been the best coach” and left it at that. What I wanted to do was ask if she was free another time, my schedule is pretty flexible, but that seems like it might come across as needy. What do you guys think? How would you respond? If I asked for another time (I’ve always been told offer a specific day) and she said the same thing, is that pretty much a conclusive no-go with her?

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A borderline suicidal incel’s sad rant

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i eat fairly healthy. i have a decent social life and go out once or twice a month. exercise at home three days a week. avid meditator. i read a lot of spiritual books and make a concious effort to be present throughout my day. i shower every morning with the last thirty seconds on cold (became a big wim hof fan recently). despite being 5’7 and 130lbs i’m still pretty attractive. i haven’t watched porn once this year. i’m in an uncomfortable amount of debt (about 5k excluding car loans) but i work two jobs that i enjoy.

i don’t do all of these things to try to impress girls, or anyone else. i do them to improve my lifestyle to be healthier and happier. you would think you would just have to be moderately normal, healthy and not socially retarded to stand out amongst the majority of men who are creeping the shit out of girls.

the fact that i am moving heaven and earth to be a better person and it’s still not enough makes me want to pull my fucking hair out of my head and throw myself off of a building. i cold approach. i stopped using dating apps because i have mental breakdowns after so many women will use every fiber in their body to think of a reason to reject me and say they can’t meet with me on a date. i thought women wanted to meet new guys, and had a sex drive like we do.

i don’t know what to do anymore. i wake up every single god damn morning and this is all i can think about. i care too much, and i don’t want to care anymore. i just want to work on my finances and my music, and not have to suffer and be fucking miserable because i’m invisible to women.

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LOOKING FOR WINGMANS IN ANKARA TURKEY

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Hey guys, I’m in Turkey and looking for wingmans to hangout in Tunus, Kizilay or Bahceli. If you are interested text me back.

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“I would like this. I want this. I desire this BUT I don’t need this.”

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I’ve discovered this mindset on my personal growth journey but never heard it said so succinctly.

It’s a quote I heard from Charlie Houpert, the guy from Charisma on Command. I don’t know if it’s a quote he’s taken from somewhere.

The mindset serves two purposes in my life. One, to keep me grounded emotionally by appreciating what I have right now. And two, I try to let this mindset be apparent in my words and actions with the new women I encounter. I want them understanding: “He’s interested in me, but he doesn’t love or need me, because he doesn’t know if I’m what he’s looking for.”

I always appreciate the depth of advice offered by you guys so I wanted to present the quote to you as a mindset worth adopting in my opinion if you don’t already have it.

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