Why men need to simply focus on hanging out, having fun and hooking up instead of complicating things by talking about relationships, commitments, dating and relationship labels, etc. Why feminine energy is about opening up to receive love, bonding and creating relationships and masculine energy is about being free and exploring, but is drawn into relationships by feminine beauty, charm and sexual attractiveness.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who is contemplating ending his marriage. He also has a crush on a banker he has known for about 7-8 years. He recently went to lunch with her and then decided to confront her about his feelings after sending her flowers. Her response was not what he expected and now he is confused.
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“Until women get to the point that they emotionally and mentally decide that a particular man is good for them and good relationship material, they are going to want to be free and not caged. When a man starts dating a woman and trying to lock her down into a commitment before she is ready, he is acting feminine and will cause her to move into her masculine. This causes her to desire to be free and withdraw from him due to the evaporation of the sexual polarity. Men simply need to focus on hanging out on dates, having fun on dates and hooking up on dates to stay in their masculine. This gives a woman the freedom and time to develop feelings for a man to the point that she wants him all to herself, doesn’t want to date anyone else and wants to be with him exclusively. This is a marathon, not a mad dash to the altar of marriage and commitment. Women want to be in a love story that develops slowly over time.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne