Why trying to do things for women you like such as buying them gifts, fixing their cars, mowing their lawns, etc., is the quickest way to end up in friends zone for being too nice, accommodating or like some kind of man-servant instead of a man.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who was dating a woman until he became her man servant. He mowed her lawn, took her parents to expensive dinners he could not afford, drove an hour out of his way to fix her car, etc. She blew him off and disrespected him completely by rubbing other men in his face without remorse. Then he started blowing up her phone so much that she told him she was going to change her number if he did not stop. It is a classic case of what not to do.
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“If you put women on a pedestal and treat them like a celebrity who you are not worthy to be around, they often will take advantage of you and not respect you. Many men in their desire to seek the approval of women for love will often mistakenly believe that by fixing their car, kitchen sink, mowing their lawn, acting like their therapist, etc., instead of simply making dates to have fun together, will somehow cause women to be attracted to them and want to date them. In reality it simply comes off as a bribe for sex or a relationship because deep down these men don’t feel worthy of their love in the first place. If you don’t respect yourself and your self-worth, women won’t either.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne