Christine (Part 2 of 2) - This Is Trouble

Christine (Part 2 of 2)

Part 1.

Make sure you go back and give it a read. Otherwise this one won’t make a ton of sense.

Anyways, after I botched the kiss on the beach and seemed destined to die a virgin, I did figure things out.

I got a girlfriend, she ended up being crazy and was the true catalyst for this blog, but I did get the “no kiss” monkey off my back (though it still took years to lose my V card).

But after that happened, I got on a roll with the ladies.

And that was around the time I finished school, got the hotshot job, and bought a sexy new Mustang.

After I’d been with half a dozen girls (or maybe it was more), I somehow ended up in touch with her again.

I honestly don’t know how – I think she liked a few of my photos (welcome to flirting in 2013), and then I sent her a message.

I was totally confident in my newfound texting and game abilities, and it was almost¬†tooeasy to get her out on a date. I picked her up in the Mustang (“Wowwwwww, you’ve moved up in the world”), and we went to the local pub and pizza spot near the beach.

I never made a move. Again.

But this time, it wasn’t a lack of fear.

This time, I was able to actually think outside of the pressures of trying to kiss her, and I realized something.

We had absolutely zero chemistry to begin with.

We got along fine, but that spark that makes you and drives you to make a move on a girl was totally missing.

I don’t know what it was, but in that moment I understood that there are girls you just click with and some girls you just don’t (even if they’re cute as a button).

I stopped beating myself for that failure in the years before, and was able to let go of it (I think my thoughts were that if I’d made a move, I would have banged her within a few weeks, and gotten all of the monkeys off my back my freshmen year of college instead of after graduation).

I realized that sometimes you are better off letting a girl go.

In her case, I’m fairly certain she found a long-term boyfriend, and I believe they’re married now (or at least engaged). Hopefully she eventually has the family she always wanted, and finds happiness in her life.

I am at peace with having not tried.

There are a lot of girls out there in the world.

To learn how to let them go, click here.

Keep causing Trouble,


Kyle Trouble

I'm Kyle "Trouble". I'm a former computer engineer who left the 9-5 in LA at 24 years old and moved to Eastern Europe. I blog about dating, life abroad, and building successful and scalable streams of income.

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josh bar - November 7, 2017

Yea I used to think about the ones that I botched and if I could see them again I would finish the deal only for when I did meet up with them many years later (they weren’t as hot) I realized that I was still holding on to the past and that there are many more hotter women and experiences to seize.


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