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The DTPHD Podcast by David Tian, Ph.D.

Feb 1, 2018

"Modern Mating Explained" is a special seminar series that explores the deeper psychological bases for mating in the modern world.

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For over a decade, David Tian, Ph.D., has helped hundreds of thousands of people from over 87 countries find happiness, success, and fulfillment in their social, professional, and love lives. His presentations - whether keynotes, seminars, or workshops - leave clients with insights into their behavior, psychology, and keys to their empowerment. His training methodologies are the result of over a decade of coaching and education of thousands of students around the world. Join him in this special seminar series as he explores deep questions of the psychological bases for mating in the modern world. Subscribe now.

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A couple of things I wanted to point out that I forgot to point out yesterday is that there are three very pernicious myths that guys who begin to engage in — who begin learning pick-up or down that road of learning game, in a way where they have to change part of who they are, their own identity to become the identity of a sexually-attractive man or something. So, like, real natural game or — and in fact, any kind of surface-level game as well where you’re learning lines, or routines, or stories, or things like that, DHVs, and all that stuff.

There are three myths that they end up swallowing. I don’t want to swallows these three myths. So, the first myth is — I’m just going to go over these three myths and then we’re going to roll into the narcissism. We’ll pick up where we left off. The first myth is the belief that they actually know what the problem is. And so, the myth is that the problem is obvious. They don’t know what to say, or they need more courage, or they need to dress better, or something like that. They think those are the problems. Here are some typical problems that aren’t really problems, they’re actually symptoms, but these symptoms are confused as problems.

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