How and why acting neurotic, desperate, impatient, needy, controlling or emotional will ruin attraction and cause others to lose their respect and desire for you. How to learn the proper way to show up in your relationships and overcome your fears and bad habits that have always led to you getting rejected by members of the opposite sex who you actually had a chance with until you turned them off.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer I recently started coaching. He was driving a woman away who he was dating by being controlling, neurotic, impatient, needy and focusing on locking her down to a relationship. He has been unwilling to control his emotions and his actions and instead tends to act like a five year old boy throwing a temper tantrum. When she returned from a trip overseas recently, he got upset and continued to make a mess of things. He asks me to critique the communication between the two of them and how I think he handled things.
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“One of the quickest ways to ruin someone’s attraction towards you is to start acting desperate, neurotic, impatient, needy, controlling or emotional. This behavior is the result of a belief system and model of the world that causes a person to believe, think and act in a way that communicates that they do not feel worthy, adequate or lovable. They presuppose that they have already lost and have no chance to get what they want or have what they want want them back. This shows up as controlling, fearful and obnoxious behavior that will repulse anyone. They feel like they have to force things in life since they believe and presuppose that no one would ever want to be with them, or freely give them what they want. It can become a hopeless loop of desire and disappointment, and therefore, a self-fulfilling prophecy.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne