People Like Us

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Los Jugadores Rápidos X Files

Los Jugadores Rápidos X Files

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La presente obra es una traducción del libro “How to Become an Alpha Male”, realizada por el Grupo Los Jugadores Rápidos X Files no se vulneran derechos de autor, los derechos morales siguen siendo de Jhon Alexander, los derechos patrimoniales del autor siguen siendo protegidos puesto que su obra se desenvuelve en un mercado de un idioma diferente al castellano, por lo que no se afectan los derechos de lucro del autor; la presente traducción no tiene fines comerciales, no se han hecho modificaciones de fondo en el contenido de la obra, únicamente adaptaciones al idioma por las cuales el contenido no es exactamente el mismo de la obra original, sin embargo la esencia de la misma queda intacta.

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Introducción
Apuesto que piensas que soy el exitoso autor de un libro muy popular de seducción
(es decir, el que estas leyendo ahora), que soy un conquistador de nacimiento quién nunca ha tenido ningún problema en conseguir mujeres. Si, claro…
Recuerdas al tipo con quién fuiste a la escuela secundaria quien no cabía en el departamento de habilidades sociales ¿Ese tipo que no podría conseguir una cita ni en una apuesta? ¿Ese tipo quién era torpe para hablar y que ni siquiera podía sostener una conversación decente? Yo era ese tipo.
A lo largo de la escuela secundaria y comienzos de la universidad, no tenía ningún amigo, no salía con nadie, y de mujeres ni hablar…. Me pasaba mi viernes y sábados por las noches solo, sexualmente frustrado. Mi cumpleaños 21 vino y se fue, y todavía era virgen. Era miserable y no sabía como cambiar eso.
Para empeorar las cosas, me tomé mis fracasos personalmente. Me imaginé que debía haber algo fundamentalmente malo en mí, y…...

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