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I'm the shit and when you misbehave you don't get my approval

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my current mindset. And its not like being an asshole or anything, just having a strong opinion or whats cool and whats not gonna fly around me. I used to fear the conflict that could come out of this but from my experience lately if I project myself correctly people fall in line pretty quickly. When they fall in line thats when it's appropiate to be friendly again.

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What do you usually do to

What do you usually do to display your disapproval, man?

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A few nights ago some chick

A few nights ago some chick tried to get aggressive with me at a little party because I changed the music to a song I wanted to listen to. She was in the wrong because we let the girls choose the music for an hour beforehand. I walked up to her and her friend, put my hand on her shoulder and said, "Listen, do you not put your hands on me like that again, thats not cool and that shit is not gonna fly." She immediatly apologized and things were fine for the rest of the night between us. If she wasn't one of my friend's girlfriend this probably could have worked out pretty well :) Another point to make that I think is important is that I did not apologize back because she's the one that fucked up.

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So, you flip to a more

So, you flip to a more serious vibe, nip that shit in the ass by telling her you don't like it? Seems pretty simple to do. I'm starting to see it's important to establish your boundaries.

Do you do the same for rude people in general? Or just ignore? For example, if a girl or sure, a guy, is being rude for no reason?

I also have started to get into the habit of not apologizing unless I, 100%, am wrong. I used to apologize for everything, not no more.

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A co-worker was screwing

A co-worker was screwing around a few days ago and I pretty much told him that he was wasting everyones time and making the job harder on everyone else. He tried to make me do something and I laughed in his face and walked away. Later on he apologized.

The crazy thing is that calling people out on shit like this actually builds a better relationship. Some people are completely unconcious to how their actions effect others, which is important in something like a work setting. I'm glad I figured this out.

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100% agree with you there

100% agree with you there especially in a work place setting. I'm going to start asserting my boundaries in a social context as well, is it the same process? I find if the person doesn't apologize or anything and they continue to persist with whatever they were doing, it might be better to just freeze that person out/ignore them? Especially some girls, can get quite annoying, funny but annoying lol

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AP_Grappler wrote: So, you

AP_Grappler wrote:
So, you flip to a more serious vibe, nip that shit in the ass by telling her you don't like it? Seems pretty simple to do. I'm starting to see it's important to establish your boundaries.

Do you do the same for rude people in general? Or just ignore? For example, if a girl or sure, a guy, is being rude for no reason?

I also have started to get into the habit of not apologizing unless I, 100%, am wrong. I used to apologize for everything, not no more.

Yeah a serious vibe and be super concise with it. As MW says let the emotion build up inside you and let it out, you normally say the right thing.

I haven't really experimented it with rude people yet, I tend to igonore that shit but maybe I'm being too passive. 

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Yeah I get that, man. I

Yeah I get that, man.

I usually ignore it as well these days but before hand I would almost ignore it and continue the conversation or interaction anyways and I just feel it's stupid now. Ignoring and ending is probably better then staying in the interaction if you aren't even going to call them out on being consistently and pointlessly rude..

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I usually ignored awswell.

I usually ignored awswell. But a girl was acting rude the other day and i just looked at her and said "you are fucking dumb", then she got quiet. 

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Yeah guys don't be too harsh,

Yeah guys don't be too harsh, and always offer her a way back to your good graces. It is best if this involves a blowjob 

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Yeah, I think the difficult

Yeah, I think the difficult with this, for someone whose sorta just coming into it, and just realizing that they have this mentality as their birthright.... is not getting "stuck" in it. 

This shit is SUPER powerful, and extremely emotionally itnense (especially for the girl).... @Manwhore - How do you navigate that "way back in" - for me that's sorta the "tricky" part that I haven't totally grasped. 

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haven't really experimented

haven't really experimented much in a seduction enviroment but in everyday life I'm switching back into the friendly guy frame once the person corrects their behavior. it's not like friendly to the point where I feel guilty for being critical of them though, people take advantage of that and continue to act out.

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I've documented it several

I've documented it several times in lay reports and articles. 

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Manwhore wrote: I've

Manwhore wrote:
I've documented it several times in lay reports and articles. 

lol I think one of the first things you ever told me is too never act guilty even if I'm feeling guilty 

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You haven't touched on

Which ones you recommend for this? I've read so many they blend together

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Nice meow. If I'm correct

Nice meow. If I'm correct here, the only positive thing that comes from feeling guilt is as warning signal

I just had a flake on the wknd, she had good reason to but was a bit cuntish about it. I have yet to capitalize on the bj but that's in the works whenever we see each other. I called her out, she was still shifting blame but eventually apologized. There is the stopping negativity and flipping the script post.. What else

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(Not sure hiw this relates to

(Not sure hiw this relates to girls but) isnt ignoring people when they misbehave pretty good reaction too? Obviously depends on the situation but i think that if you're not reacting you're striipping them of any validation. You're showing that they are not worth of your reaction.

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icewahine wrote: Nice meow.

icewahine wrote:
Nice meow. If I'm correct here, the only positive thing that comes from feeling guilt is as warning signal

I just had a flake on the wknd, she had good reason to but was a bit cuntish about it. I have yet to capitalize on the bj but that's in the works whenever we see each other. I called her out, she was still shifting blame but eventually apologized. There is the stopping negativity and flipping the script post.. What else

read a bunch of manwhores lay reports and this stuff becomes really clear. I'm starting to realize the significance of a certain drill in the coaching program, if you are a student you will get what I'm saying. 

damn I was using this drill ag the wrong times too

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Yeah, I'm going to agree and

Yeah, I'm going to agree and say you gotta leave some room for them to get back in on your good side, but if they continue messing around then that's where I'll just draw the line either harshly or just cut them out right away

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