Overweight men and dating
Although the process of losing weight took discipline, and some days back from the gym I felt exhausted and ready to chow down a Big Mac, this simple formula did the trick relatively quickly.I’ve shed a lot of body fat over the last nine months.A while ago, I was a slovenly and overweight 31 year old man. I settled for girls that I knew weren’t right for me because I didn’t have the confidence to pursue those who were. My self-esteem was low, I felt I had little to offer in a relationship, and that some women were simply out of my league.I was self-centered fat man, constantly fretting about how I was being perceived.As a result, I was awkward, less funny and not as positive to be around, simply because I was an overweight man who dwelled on it.
When I began making some inroads along my journey to good health, women seemed to respond positively to it. Female acquaintances on Facebook who had largely ignored me started liking the muscle pics that I would gratuitously post, and sent me flirty, unsolicited messages. Most importantly, however, my tastes in women improved.
Naturally I made the link between increased female interest and a better physique. I started courting the upbeat, conquer the world types.
The same women I felt I didn’t have access to as a fat man.
There’s a clear parallel between marketing a business and successfully pursuing women. To do so successfully, they have to demonstrate trust, offer value, and stand out in a crowded market. A man has to pitch himself and convince a woman that they’re worth the leap of faith a romantic relationship (or even a one night stand) invariably involves.
To do so, trust, value, and confidence are key crucial ingredients.
The other parts of me were enhanced – or at least they started to be conveyed more authentically to others.