AXCITE™ Attraction Guide
We’ve all been there. You’re out at the bar, maybe a party, at a friend’s gathering, or at the mall when you see a gorgeous girl. She’s totally hot and you’d love to take a girl like that out on a date. For a fleeting moment you think about talking to her. But just as fast as the thought to talk to her crosses your mind, something inside you grabs you and holds you back. Your palms get cold and slightly sweaty, your heart rate quickens, and thoughts race through your head. Your desire is to talk to her is very strong and so is the desire to not approach her! At the end of the day or night, you go home thinking about that girl. You think to yourself “What if?” What if you had approached her? Maybe she would have really liked you, the two of you would have hit it off, and you’d be going on a date with her this Friday night. What if? Anxiety. What is this sudden and gripping emotion that paralyzes us and keeps us from approaching the beautiful girls with whom we’d like to talk? Anxiety is a reaction to stress. It occurs when the fear of danger or misfortune is present and results in the mind becoming distressed and uneasy. The physical effects include an elevation in blood pressure and heart rate, increased sweating (sweaty palms, arm pits, etc), an increased flow of blood to your major muscles, a tightening of your muscles, accelerated and deepened respiration, and energy is pulled away from your immune and digestive system as your body prepares to fight or take flight. Essentially, anxiety occurs in response to a perceived threat.So you can either karate kick that gorgeous blonde or not approach her at all. As ridiculous as this sounds, this is the physiological and psychological response that your body is genetically programmed to bring forth. Yes, your own genetic code is programmed to make you want to escape and/or avoid the situation of approaching a woman.Our own genetic code is the result of millions of years of evolution. The behavioral responses we have today were selected for us millions of years ago. And because evolution is not a fast process, humans today are stuck with genetically preprogrammed responses that are no longer adaptive for today’s world.