My whole, "What if I turn my back on love?," experiment represented an adaptation to three things: 1) My tendency to fall in love with the wrong person, and 2) What I think about this tendency, and 3) What I do about it when it happens yet again. I still can't seem to help myself as to the types of women I still readily fall for, but the experiment I first tried in the Spring of 1988 allows me to forgive myself when it does happen, and to make the correct, intelligent decisions moving forward.
I don't believe I've ever sabotaged a deal with any of the young women on my docket since I decided to revive the experiment in 2012. I think of the crude sexual proposition I made to Wanda in1987 as a sabotage move. I never did anything like that to Sara, and I never did anything like that to that virgin girl in 2014/15 or anyone like her ever since. I think I allowed for things to develop, should that virgin girl or anyone like her had come from a better place than they did, but since they did not come from a good place in regards to their intentions with me, nothing noteworthy ever developed.