The subtle difference between growing attraction so it leads to a relationship, and saying and doing things that turn women off to the point that they give you the let’s just be friends speech. How to avoid common mistakes that mean the difference between winning the girl and losing her for good.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who had things going well with a girl he was dating until he started focusing on relationships and commitments. She agreed to be his girlfriend when he asked her where things were going, but as she started backing away he started over-pursuing and giving all his power to her.
Only after a few weeks of screwing up he got friend zoned. He’s still chasing her because he is too emotionally invested to back off. He asks my advice on what he should do.
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“In any relationship you should always be aware of how much or how little the other person is contributing to the overall well being of your relationship. Many times in our effort to be loved and accepted, our fears can cause us to put up with or tolerate things that violate our self or our dignity, because we are projecting our feelings or desires onto the other person and assuming they feel the same way. It’s always better to pay attention to what others do instead of what they say. Actions always speak louder than words.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne