Why letting women do 70-80% of the calling, texting and pursuing so they’re doing most of the chasing and initiating contact, is the best way to keep them happy, in love and preventing them from rejecting and dumping you.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss four different emails from four different viewers on the importance of making sure women chase you and how to create that dynamic in your marriage, relationship or with any woman who you are casually dating or trying to date.
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“Feminine energy is all about bonding, connecting, creating, love, receiving, etc. Masculine energy is about purpose, drive, mission, succeeding, accomplishing, being decisive, being direct, breaking thru barriers, etc. It’s a scientific fact that women are more attracted to men whose feelings are unclear. It’s always best and most women prefer to do most of the chasing since this is more aligned with their core feminine essence. When men do more than 20-30% of the calling, texting and pursuing, their women tend to not feel deep passionate love, sexual attraction or want to be exclusive with them because the sexual polarity is too close to neutral. When a man tends to do 70-80% of the chasing, he gets blown off, rejected, friend-zoned or ignored. It is the man’s job to initiate the courtship and set dates, but the woman’s choice to decide if she wants a relationship with him. It’s always better if the man focuses on hanging out, having fun and hooking up and leaving the relationship labels to women to decide when and if they are emotionally ready.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne