Six years ago, when I first started going to nightclubs seriously, it was a LOT of fun.I remember going to the same London night club (China White is the name, in case you were wondering) seven nights a week.I ditch my London apartment, and I spend the next 3 years traveling the world, looking for my dream girl.

The problem is that there are always stresses involved.

If you FEEL a lot, there is gonna be jealousy somewhere, from you from her, from someone.

Both dumped me, because inside I still had a lot of insecurities and very little relationship experience. keep in mind the things that she was initially attracted to, and make sure you never lose those qualities or stop showing them! In the end they didn’t work out, but at least this time I wasn’t getting dumped anymore. The girls I was getting with were much more attractive and a lot of fun, but they often smoked, drank a lot, and a good percentage did cocaine.

This, in a nutshell, shows the problem of living in London – The most beautiful girls are only consistently to be found in the high-end clubs, BUT they are usually nothing like girlfriend material.

If you are with your girl and then you both score a really great chick and you give her 80% of the attention, or your girl just knows you are very attracted to her, that doesn’t play well.

She can’t have respect for herself, love you, and be cool with that…and how sustainable is this, what happens when you guys get a little older? You either have to be a cold motherfucka who doesn’t care, or you will get bogged down in the stresses of managing this complicated situation.I did this for a few months, but couldn’t do it forever.I took some time to catch up on my lost youth, that 16-21 age when everyone else was getting laid but I wasn’t.There was some dissatisfaction, but I mean look at the difference: I used to be depressed, and have issues galore.Now things were pretty much set, I had good friends, could get pretty girls, and had plenty of female company.Richard La Ruina, 2012 Kind of strange to hear from the founder of PUA (Pick Up Artist) Training?