Dating Company:Approach Anxiety | Dating Coach:Eric Disco
is a guy who used to suffer from extreme social anxiety and was unable to talk to women he
Six Steps Away is his
account of how he
learned to deal with his
anxiety and, impressively, how he
taught many other guys to do the same.
himself says that he
often feels better when approaching directly and many of his
best clients feel the same way.
has also explained why the step is necessary.
Best of all, he
gives real-life examples of interactions.
If that wasn't enough, he
even gives material in the form of suggested questions and statements so the guy doesn't even need to think up what to say!
tackles each issue (e.g., approach anxiety, direct game etc) at the exact right time.
All in all though, I think Eric
has written an amazing book.
There will be many people in the future who owe their lives (literally) to Eric
, because his
book will have given their dad the encouragement and skills to be able to approach their mum and get a date!!!
Thank you Eric!
The reason for this is that Disco
wants you to form life-long habits that stick.
You can't solve this with "book-learning"... it requires repetition.
It's like training for muscle memory; you know how athletes train so that they can react and respond during the game without thinking?
That's pretty much what this program seeks to do; to train you to move your feet and interact when you FEEL attraction, without thinking.
The thing that stops you from approaching is your emotions... it's not that you don't know how, it's the feeling that stops you.
It's called inhibition, and Disco
takes you through a bunch of baby-steps that allows you to gradually acclimate yourself to that emotion so that it eventually becomes manageable.
Moreover there are segments where Eric
covers comon mistakes guys do which helped me a lot I have to say.
A review in the form of an email I sent to Eric
upon completing the book:
breaks down the process of approaching women into manageable steps instead of saying just follow the three second rule and you'll be okay.
I also like how the openers from the book are similar to normal everyday conversations you have with people all the time and don't feel awkward to say.
This book has a lot of applicable information you can use and clear directions about how to implement what you read into real life.
I think Disco
really tackled this issue head on and provided a great resource for guys who can't even do one approach and aren't having any luck with the more advanced dating products out there.