Why some men are intimidated by successful women. What a man should do and how he should approach his relationships with women who are more successful or who make more money than he does.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a woman who got dumped by her boyfriend. She makes double what her ex-boyfriend made income-wise. He had a lot of debt to pay off from a previous relationship, and was not succeeding very well in life at making her happy or himself happy.
He moved out when she was not home and texted her to breakup with her. He apparently moved in with his parents. He owes her money and has not returned his key. I give her my opinion on his behavior and what’s really driving him.
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“Masculine energy is all about purpose, drive, mission, succeeding, accomplishing, breaking through barriers, achieving goals, being direct & decisive, etc. Successful and wealthy women tend to intimidate men who feel inferior, unsuccessful or men who do not have a real clear sense of their ideal purpose and mission in life. If a man does not have a career, business or purpose in life that is emotionally compelling and exciting to him, he will not feel like he is very successful as a man. He will be more in a survival mode than in a mode of success and abundance. He will have a poverty and scarcity mindset that leads him to believe that he is not enough to make his woman or a woman happy. Therefore, when things get hard in relationships, he will tend to withdraw and leave the relationship because he does not feel successful, or avoid relationships altogether. If a man is happy, fulfilled, passionate and content with what he does for a living, he will feel a strong sense of purpose, inner strength, satisfaction and confidence. He will feel that he has plenty to offer and give to a relationship without holding back. You can’t give away what you don’t have for yourself.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne