The importance of romance, courtship, love and affection to women in a relationship and why failure to focus on them on a continuous basis will cause women to question how much you really care for them and test you by backing away.
In this video coaching newsletter, I discuss two different emails from two different viewers who are struggling to be the loving emotional rock for their girlfriends. One of them was with his girlfriend when she got two different phone calls at 3 am in the morning informing her that two people very close to her had just passed away. One was an old boyfriend she had known for over 25 years and the other was her grandmother.
Instead of being her rock and her mountain, he withdrew. They have not seen each other since and she is understandably upset and distant. He’s in a fearful state that she wants him to break up with her. The other has gotten complacent with his girlfriend and ignored her for three days after she sent him a long love letter and text.
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“In relationships, men need to be the masculine emotional rock of love and support for their women in order to keep them attracted, in love and as the center of their love lives. The more a man is distant, not a good listener or unable to be her emotional rock, the more she will seek this essential need outside of their relationship either through their girlfriends or male friends. Over time this can lead to affairs and breakups when another guy eventually takes his place because he became complacent and seemingly uninterested in her emotional well being. If a man does not meet his woman’s needs, eventually some other guy will.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne