For most of my teenage years, I didn’t need people and I didn’t need love.I’m literally petrified of making the same mistake again and of ever hurting another living soul again, I’ve been bad, I’ve made mistakes and I’ve taken advantage of people, now I’m trying, very hard not to be that person again and that includes treating women as people, with thoughts and feelings, hopes and fears and dreams.
I don’t think I look handsome, but a lot of people have said that I do.But I think it’s a good idea to make a deliberate year-long project of it at this time in your life, when you are trying to figure out how to relate to women better. You’re going to read/watch/listen to something, why not make an effort to seek out women’s voices and perspectives?Reason #3: It will give you many different perspectives on women as diverse human beings and allow you to hang out with women and get to know them in your imagination.w=300&h=200 300w, https://captainawkwarddotcom.files.wordpress.com/2014/08/jamesbond.jpg? w=600&h=400 600w, https://captainawkwarddotcom.files.wordpress.com/2014/08/jamesbond.jpg? w=150&h=100 150w" sizes="(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px" / To elaborate: Step I. Works by men, with male protagonists, dominate popular culture. If you aren’t good at acquiring these objects you are a loser or a failure.We all grow up on stories and messages where men go out and do great deeds and they rescue and/or win the love of women. These are the messages you are swimming in, and they are affecting your life.