Why playing games & acting disinterested when you are not, only works for a short period of time, and why true confidence and authenticity is the key to consistent attraction and desire that continues to grow over time.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss three different emails from three different viewers. The first email is from a viewer whose ex dumped him about four months ago for acting weak, needy, clingy and as she stated, he was not “man enough for her.” In their time apart, he has been studying my work and cleaned up his bad habits. They have been hooking up recently and having sex again, but she is planning on moving to another state in about a month. Things were going well until he started trying to be manipulative in order to get her to spend more time with him and chase him more.
The second email is from a viewer whose ex now has a new boyfriend. She is contacting him again and he wants to know how to make her a friend with benefits even though she has a new boyfriend. He states that she has always hooked up and had sex with him even when she had other boyfriends. The third email is from a viewer who had been on about ten dates with a new woman. He went away for a business trip for a few weeks, and then started doing about 70% of the calling, texting and pursuing. She then basically told him that he was more into her than she was into him, and promptly put him in the dreaded friends-zone. He wants to know how to get out.
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“Masculine vulnerability is the willingness to take risks, express sexual interest and go for what you want without fear of rejection or looking like a fool. True confidence and authenticity is the key to maintaining attraction over time and attracting non-manipulative lovers. Acting disinterested when you are actually interested, ignoring texts/messages/phone calls for days at a time, canceling dates to punish the other person for not doing what you want, or belittling those who you are attracted to, will only attract manipulative and low self-esteem lovers, but repulse and repel high self-esteem and confident lovers. You attract how you act.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne