Why women fall in love slowly over time and why trying to rush them into a relationship/commitment will lead to getting rejected outright or being friend zoned. What men need to focus on during the courtship so women fall in love with them and ask them for a committed relationship.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss three emails from three different viewers who started strong out of the gate, but due to their focus on trying to have a relationship instead of just having fun and casually dating, the women they are dating are losing interest and wanting to spend less and less time with them. One of the emails is from a guy whose girlfriend of a year seems to be testing him by talking to other men to see how he will react. He’s obviously concerned about her behavior and what it means.
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“Women are not light switches. You can’t switch them on to fall in love instantly or want a relationship with you from the start. Relationships evolve slowly over several months and dozens of dates involving fun, laughing, playing and making love together. Society has brainwashed men into believing that they need to focus on locking women down to a commitment or they will lose them to another man. When a man is focused on getting a commitment right away, all he ends up doing is communicating that he is needy, insecure, impatient and feels unworthy to be with her; to which she will eventually agree with and dump him. Focus instead on having fun and enjoying each another and everything will happen naturally. Unless the woman is bringing up a commitment, assume it’s too soon or you will turn her off.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne