When it comes to dating, taking less action, talking less and enjoying your time apart and out of contact with one another, actually works to create attraction, sexual anticipation and draw two people closer together.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who randomly met a woman in public who approached him. He made an instant date because the connection was so strong between them. Since attraction is not a choice and they both liked each other from the moment they met, things started off effortlessly. They were making out within one hour of meeting. He was excited. A few days later he blew off another girl he was dating to focus on her. They saw each other several times that week at his request and they spent plenty of time chatting via text. Then her replies started becoming shorter and she started taking more and more time to respond. He has not seen her in three weeks now because she is supposedly so busy. After she did not respond to a text, he started to realize that she may have lost interest. He resolved to move on. After a few days she reached out and apologized for not being in touch due to her being busy. He then started taking more time to respond to her texts and now she seems to be texting more frequently. He is confused by her behavior and asks my opinion.
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“Sexual attraction between a man and a woman grows the strongest when there is plenty of time and space in-between dates and contacting one another. Since attraction is not a choice, when a man and a woman meet there is sexual attraction, but no emotional bond or knowing one another yet. Strong relationships and a deep love for one another grows slowly over time like a rose takes time to go from a small bud to a beautiful flower. Too much water, fertilizer and sunlight in too short of a time will kill the rose bush, and prevent the flower from ever blooming in all its beautiful glory just like too much calling, texting, pursuing and spending time together too soon will cause a budding relationship to quickly die when it initially showed so much promise.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne