Why women roll out annoying bitchy girly measures when a man they are romantically involved with, does not stand up for her or himself, can’t or won’t make decisions and is incapable of leading the relationship and courtship.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a woman who was involved with a man for ten years. After he dumped her she found my work. She explains how it helped her to understand why she never felt safe in the relationship, took on the leadership role and basically became the man in the relationship.
She never felt comfortable enough to move in with him or move on from him, and could not put her finger on why things did not feel right. She now knows what to look for in a man and can tell a good one from a guy who does not know how to be a man.
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“When a man does not stand up for his woman or himself, can’t or won’t make critical decisions, or is incapable of leading the relationship and courtship, a woman will not feel safe and comfortable with him. She will not trust his masculine core. When this happens, the average woman will respond with annoying bitchy girly measures to get him to step up and be a better man. It’s a test of his strength. It’s a call for him to become a greater version of himself. If he fails, eventually she will leave the relationship. A man who does not act like a man, will force his woman to become the man in the relationship. She will resent this because masculine energy is not her natural essence. If he steps up and takes care of business, her storms will calm and she will become sweet and loving again.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne