Why men must know who they are, what they want, always stand up for themselves, never settle, and be willing to walk away from situations where women try to get them to agree to be friends first or friends only with a BS “Kentucky Guarantee” of possible romance at some point in the future. Why agreeing to be “friends first” never leads to sex and romance.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss two different emails from two different viewers. The first email is from a viewer who got blown off by a woman he used to hook up with. She had told him she would contact him about getting together. She did not. Then he contacted her and she told him the reason was because of some of his facebook posts and crude humor of a facebook page he frequents offended her. He proceeded to apologize and jump through his butt to get her approval. He later noticed she deleted him from facebook.
The second email is from a viewer who broke up with a woman when he felt things were not going the way he wanted. He later became fearful he would not find anyone else and tried to get her back. She friend zoned him. He told her he was not interested in being friends and she tried using shame and manipulation to keep him there. He writes in asking what he should do.
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“When a man acts unsure or indecisive, it will cause women to think he lacks confidence and belief in his own true self worth. When a woman senses weakness in a man, they often will fain displeasure or offense to see how he reacts. Beta males typically will respond with apologies, changing their opinions to match hers, compromising their values and principles, and by exhibiting submissive and compliant behavior. A true gentleman will apologize when he has truly been offensive, but not when his being himself causes others to become offended at the nature of who he is. An alpha male is not ashamed of who he is, loves and values himself, does not take himself too seriously, uses self deprecating humor, and is only interested in spending his time with those who accept him as he is without trying to change him, or expecting him to change.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne