Hello. My name is Pete and I’m a Friends Zone addict.
I’ve been a recovering addict for well over five years now.
I was deeply engrossed in my addiction to having “friends who were girls” for almost twenty years. I climbed on the wagon several times during those twenty years but I always found a way to get myself off.
Yep. When you’re in it deep you learn quickly how to get yourself off with the best of them.
No matter how fast I rode that addiction I would literally throw myself off landing on the side of a road where each and every neuter like me would congregate.
We were “friend zone” junkies going from one failed attraction to the next hoping the next emotional high would be the ultimate one.
We gathered in small groups to keep each other warm.
We bitched and sympathized each other over our plight.
We shared our dreams and hopes demanding with our nice guy fist held high in the air, that some day, oh some day we would escape this affliction, I mean addiction, and finally get out of the freaking friends zone forever!
We even described to each other vivid stories of how nice attractive women would rise up from the ashes of their failed relationships.
How they would kick the jerks to the curb.
How they would finally demand our presence in their warm beds at night… and all would be well in the world.
Suffice to say us we were living a pipe dream.
Getting out of the friend zone was a Fairy Tale to us.
We were living out the real nightmare our addiction brought us to.
But, as with all the dreams and nightmares the mind creates for us, eventually the alarm clock goes off and we’re forced to get our asses up and get on with our lives.
“Hello. My name is Pete and I’m NOW a Recovering Friends Zone addict.”
I have a great girlfriend.
She’s my Special K.
We were definitely NOT friends when we met. Actually she thought I was going to put HER in the friends zone. Weird huh?
We were a little naughty in our first “real” interaction.
Let’s just say it was instant chemistry.
It was not in any way like my old “we became such good friends and then I fell in love with her but she felt nothing for me.”
Which it typical for a friends zone addict.
The recovery stage was tough. Lots of ups and downs. Lots of ruined interactions with new women.
I had to rid myself of beliefs I had carried for years.
I even had to step away from friends I kept for so long.
I‘m sure I don’t have to tell you how getting out of the friends zone is not such an easy task.
Which is why most guys stay in it for so long.
It’s just easier to stop trying and accept the fact that us friend zone addicts are lifers.
The feeling of happiness associated with being with the women we really want seems so far out of reach we eventually give up trying .
Well some of us do.
ME, I didn’t give up trying.
I was NOT willing to settle for what I considered second best.
I was NOT willing to accept the fact I was destined to either be alone or with a girl I felt little for or dare I say it, settled with.
But you know what, I’m NOT here to make you feel better.
I’m NOT writing this to even guarantee you the friends zone will not in YOUR future.
I admitted I was the addict and yes I did find a way out. I did teach myself what was needed to almost completely remove myself from it.
I believe this…
When it comes to the friends zone and I consider myself an expert in how us men get ourselves in it and why we get stuck in it.
But I’m also an expert in getting OUT of it.
What about you?
Are you a friends zone addict?
Will you be attending our meetings admitting to us your name and what you are?
Are you willing to do what it takes to not settle for second best?
Are you ready to break the addiction and get yourself out of the friends zone?
I’m going to let you in on a little secret the women who were your “just friends” don’t want you to know. Mostly because it hurts.
Women don’t put YOU in the friends zone, you put YOURSELF there.
Just like a drug doesn’t step inside you and capture your addiction. You choose to try it again and again and again until you’re not forever addicted.
It’s the same as you “choosing” to develop a friendship first because you’re a nice guy, and the next thing you know, you can not find a way out.
You may have read me mention this:
The “real” first step in getting out of the friends zone is to know the signs you are in it and I still mean every word of it.
Too much of my time was wasted thinking I still had a chance with a woman, only to find out she felt absolutely NO attraction towards me whatsoever.
Once you know you are in it you can then take the next step in getting out.
I can help you with both steps and the next stage too.
After all I did mention I’m an expert in this field.
I’m not going to lie to you and guarantee you will get out or what I can tell you will work with every woman, every time, and in every case.
That’s just absurd.
But I CAN guarantee if you follow my steps at your own pace, even if you pick and choose which steps you feel the most comfortable about, you will in the very least understand what the friends zone addict needs to do in order to rid himself of this depressing addiction.
You’re also going to walk away just a little more confident, a little more assured, and definitely more attractive to the NEW women you’re going to meet.
I know this because I’m going to tell you how I did it.
Step by step.
I figured if it worked for an addict like me who felt destined to be alone and just friends, it can also work for you.
(Understanding to each his own life must be led a little differently than mine.)
In other words, don’t copy me but you can follow my lead and then lead your own way after.
Do you want to finally get out of the friends zone?
Yes. It’s free. Totally. Now you have absolutely no reason to give it a try.
There are only three steps and they DO work. It’s exactly what worked for me except I didn’t understand how and why until I looked back and wrote it all out.