Often I'd get so nervous just thinking about some social outings, I didn't even attend. But then I'd feel lousy spending weekends alone knowing “normal people” were out living a real life.
Which I actually started to believe was for the best. Because no one ever "got me." They just saw me as different and weird. So they treated me different.
It drove me crazy...
There was no escape.
I was stuck in this unfulfilling life with no way out.
Still, I wanted new people in my life. At least 1 or 2 really good friends I could be myself around. Yet the more I tried to connect, the more it seemed I'd push people away.
I used to think this was just how I was. That I couldn't change.
I mean I'd been shy like this for over 20 years. And I knew others in their 30s and 40s still struggling to make friends in the same ways.
And that's a shame. Because even I already felt I was missing out on my life.
That is UNTIL I stumbled across some research that changed everything (more about that on the next page... ).
If everything I've said above resonates with you, this training may be right for you.
Yet before you go on, I want to be crystal clear...