How to successfully transition from a friends with benefits type of relationship into an exclusive relationship where the other person brings up being exclusive first. Why most exclusive relationships start out as a friends with benefits type of relationship.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss four different emails from four different viewers. The first email is from a viewer who met a girl he really liked while they both were in committed relationships with other people. They remained friends for several months. She later broke up with her boyfriend. He finally got his chance to hook up with her. She pushed him into his bedroom and onto his bed. They got naked and… did not have sex.
She threw up some last minute resistance and he did not handle it properly by taking two steps forward and one step back like I discuss in my book. Ever since she has been unwilling to kiss him and put him firmly in friends zone. The other emails are from guys who are experiencing various levels of success being friends with benefits, but things tend to go sideways when they try to lock the women down to commitments.
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“Exclusive relationships usually start out with a strong physical, mental, spiritual and emotional connection. Two people who are physically attracted to one another start hanging out together and having fun. The sexual attraction starts to grow which leads to physical sexual intimacy. The emotional and mental connection develops SLOWLY OVER TIME as a deepening friendship that goes hand and hand with physical intimacy. Usually after about two months of hanging out, having fun and hooking up without attachments or commitments, both people are seeing one another so much that love has started to blossom between them. The exclusive commitment is a feminine quality, comes naturally WITH TIME and is best left to the woman to bring up when she feels so safe, comfortable and in love that she does not want to see anyone else and wants to be exclusive.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne