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DJ de Florida

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posted 11-25-2001 02:09 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for DJ de Florida     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Women love men who have passions, not obsessions. A passion is a strong liking for an activity or something else. An obsession is when you are constantly preoccupied with an activity or something else.

Do have a Nintendo system with 50 games? Do you always purchase the newest game? Do you spend hours everyday trying to improve your score? This is not helping you become a Don Juan.

How about in the gym? Do you spend seven days a week working out? Do you subscribe to several magazines trying to find the perfect workout? Do you purchase a lot of supplements and keep trying different brands to find the best one? This is not helping you become a Don Juan.

When you have a passion for an activity, the enjoyment you receive from that activity is evident in how you carry yourself, how you feel, and how women feel when they are around you. There is room in your life for plenty of passions. More importantly, you passions do not interefere with one another or your ability to relate with women.

On the other hand, obsessions scare women away. The women will always ask themselves, "Will I ever be important as 'x'?" Women like men with balance in their lives. They stay away from men too extreme in one area. When you are obsessed, you are off-balance and will have difficulty achieving your long-term goals with women.

Love your passions and live your life. Don't let your passions turn into obsessions.

DJ de Florida
Just Do It!

1) Progress always involves risk: you can't steal second base and keep your foot on first.

2) Unless you try to do something beyond what you have already mastered, you will never grow.

3) You never really lose until you stop trying.



Master Don Juan
posted 11-25-2001 02:47 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for JuanWannabe     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Thanks for the great tip DJ de Florida!



Master Don Juan
posted 11-25-2001 03:13 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Jester     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote

well i ****ed up a tad, but i did it with the coolest hobby( i believe ) possible, so maybe its not so bad.

Thank you for clearing that up m8, i was having similar thoughts about the "will i ever be as important as x?" but didnt articulate it.

I hope many people get to read this that have also read posts which say have a passion.

Now im left wondering how to make up for it...:P



Master Don Juan
posted 11-25-2001 04:21 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Sociopath31     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote



Master Don Juan
posted 11-25-2001 04:23 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for DoctorLW     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Ha I never thought about that.

Maybe thats partly to blame for screwing up recently. I mean, she did insult me several times for taking weight-lifting supplements, and lifting weights. That *****, some of those insults pissed me off.

Interesting, I'm gonna keep that in mind from now on. And hide my Creatine/Protien hakes/Glutamine/etc., and hide my video games too (hehehe).



Master Don Juan
posted 05-18-2002 12:46 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Aiken_Drum     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Very true, no one likes a person who will speak of only one thing. I first went through a PC phase, now I'm trying to be a little less obsesive about the gym. But it's hard!!! MUST EAT PROTEIN !!!
Really, my friends get tired of this and I know I should'nt mention it unless someone else does because I will start talking about it for hours & hours and proving everyone wrong with my superior knowledge about nutrition, so it makes me and other people unconfortable.
Hell, I really needed to vent that!

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