In the dating world, a lot of interactions men have with women end up with them getting rejected. And when men don't know how to handle it, they react from their egos and things can get ugly. Therefore, every guy should know how to deal with rejection or whatever women throw at them. For this, they have to know what makes them react the most in such situations – and that is their ego!
If you, for whatever reason, start acting from your ego when you talk to a woman, you are destined to get rejected. That's because you start to take things personally and become too reactive – not a good strategy if you want to become successful with women. Therefore, the most important rule you have to follow whenever you are in a conversation with someone that interests you, is to put your ego on the sideline.
This might sound easy, but it actually takes a lot of effort not to react from your ego. That's because most of us are used to get on the defensive when someone says something about us. But if you manage not take everything personally, you will become very attractive to the girls who are looking for your reactions to decide if you are dating material.
Maybe the best thing you can do to avoid taking everything personally is to learn that no matter what anybody says about you, it does not actually reflect who you are as a person. If you let go of ego, what people might think of you, you start to feel really comfortable around them. You start to feel at ease wherever you are, because you know that no one can really move you out of your comfort zone.
This is exactly what women are looking for in a man whom they just met. They want to know that he stays nonreactive when he faces some resistance. This is a clear sign of an alpha male for them – someone they absolutely love. Therefore, if you want to become attractive for women, you have to display this non-reactiveness to them.
By now, you have probably already have discovered what kind of role your ego plays when talking to women. So, if you want to put this into practice, start taking this seriously and the things people say about you not so seriously.