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As a dating coach, I’ve come across my fair share of students with unique challenges
but one pattern I’ve noticed is the high prevalence of ADHD among my Indian students.
In this blog post, I want to share my experience working with three students who all had different manifestations of ADHD…
also mixed with low self esteem which creates delusional disorders
The first student was a white guy from London who had a mixture of low self-esteem, delusions, and ADHD all rolled into one.
Despite my repeated instructions to finish the mindset playlist
he only made it through 2 videos
he was unable to grasp the concepts of my elite training program,
which is designed for special forces and not special needs.
The second student was a repeat offender who kept making the same mistakes over and over.
I recommended a mindset playlist for him to follow,
but even that didn’t help.
He was supposed to give me 10 takeaways from each video,
but he just couldn’t seem to get it right.
Its been a few days now…
The third student was Indian and was unable to follow simple instructions on how to go to a specific clothing store.
I told him on whatsapp over and over again what stores to go to…
He ended up going to the wrong store like Macy’s and other bhenchode style stores and getting lost.
This was frustrating for me as a dating coach and highlights the challenges that come with teaching someone with ADHD.
Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that plays a key role in the brain’s reward and motivation system.
It helps to regulate attention, motivation, and the ability to experience pleasure.
In individuals with ADHD, it is thought that there may be a deficiency or dysfunction in the dopamine system,
which can lead to problems with attention, impulse control, and motivation.
Research has shown that people with ADHD have lower levels of dopamine in certain areas of the brain, such as the prefrontal cortex,
which is responsible for attention and impulse control.
This lower dopamine activity can make it harder for people with ADHD to focus their attention and control their impulses, leading to the symptoms associated with the disorder
WHAT IS MENTAL BLINKING? THE ADHD PHENOMENON WHERE THE STUDENTS NEEDS TO HAVE INSTRUCTIONS REPEATED MORE THAN 10X IN A ROW AS THEIR ZOMBIE BRAIN MENTALLY BLINKS?
Mental blinking is a term used to describe the phenomenon of the brain shutting down intermittently,
which can make it difficult for individuals with ADHD to receive and process information.
This can happen when an individual is listening to instructions
or trying to complete a task.
The brain may shut down or “blink” for a moment, resulting in the individual missing important information or not understanding the instructions.
This can make it difficult for individuals with ADHD to complete tasks and follow instructions,
which can lead to frustration and a lack of progress..
If you have mental blinking, it is a sure sign you have some sort of ADHD or ADD…
its like a swiss cheese brain where it has holes everywhere
you keep fvcking up the instructions over and over…
THIS WILL FVCK UP YOUR SELF ESTEEM
Some of the medications used to treat ADHD, such as stimulants like Ritalin and Adderall, work by increasing the levels of dopamine in the brain.
This can help to improve attention and impulse control in individuals with ADHD.
However I don’t recommend my student use drugs
So I get them supplemented instead that will still give them the same effects.
These students struggles with ADHD made me realize the importance of supplementations to improve focus and attention.
I’ve seen the positive effects of certain supplements on my students and recommend them as a way to alleviate the symptoms of ADHD.
Of course which supplements will remain a mystery since I will not disclose what my students takes..
However, I also want to bring awareness to another pattern I’ve noticed among Indian pick-up artists: a lack of hygiene.
Many of them don’t wash their hands after using the bathroom,
Happens to older chinese and Indians in public bathrooms
they just walk out of there without washing their hands
they have no care for others since some are sociopathic…
which can lead to cross-contamination and serious health issues.
This behavior is not just unhygienic but also indicative of sociopathy, as it shows a lack of remorse and guilt for others.
Sometimes you can tell their mental illnesses based on their behavioral traits…
I hope that by sharing my experience with these three students and the patterns I’ve noticed, I can help others understand the complexities of ADHD and the importance of addressing it.
REMEMBER, YOU HAVE TO BE TEACHABLE AND CHANGABLE AS IF IT WAS SCORED OUT OF 10 EACH..
As a coach, I don’t care about the money;
I care about helping my students achieve their goals.
And that’s why I’m sharing this real talk with you today.
Why does version 2 of this video have less views than the Youtube LIve?
Just to make it clear, if I am talking about Indians or Chinese, don’t take what I say out of context…
I’m speaking on the reality of pickup artist…
These are the behavioral traits I noticed.
I’ve been a daygame coach since 2012..
You see the same type of students over and over again. ZOMBIES!