In this video coaching newsletter I discuss three different emails from three different viewers. The first email is from a viewer who started dating a woman he met online. After their fourth date and almost having sex for the second time, she stopped him from going further. When he called her several days later to plan the next date, she said she was busy and that it was a bad week for her date-wise. She has been unresponsive ever since. He asks me to critique his approach and where he went wrong. The second email is from a viewer who is finally coming to terms with the fact that his lying, cheating ex-girlfriend is not relationship material. She has started contacting him again recently, and he wants to have her as a sex playmate until he finds a good woman to date and eventually have a relationship with. The third email is from a viewer whose girlfriend dumped him after some erectile dysfunction problems in the bedroom due to medication he was on. He has still been contacting her, but it’s going nowhere even though his boner problem has been resolved.
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“It’s a turn off for both men and women when a potential lover speaks, thinks and acts in ways that communicate that they place a higher value on seeking your approval, than staying congruent with who they really are. Weak people who don’t value themselves seek to build themselves up by mistakenly believing that winning the affection, attention and love of another makes them valuable. In other words, they look for self validation in the approval of others. In order to be loved, you must first love yourself enough to walk away from people who are rude, disrespectful, unappreciative and those who try to intimidate you into compromising your values and your dignity. Becoming someone else’s doormat is the quickest way to rejection, loss of respect, friends-zone and losing the love that you seek.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne