Why being put into friends zone is like being put into dating time out that you may never be able to get out of. What to do if you have been put into friends zone to give yourself the best possible chance of escaping, and making it back to the promised land of love and romance.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who got friend-zoned by a woman he met who really liked him at first, but his wussy-like ways got him rejected. He walked away after finding my work and starting to implement what I teach. Several weeks later… she starting contacting him again and asking him out.
He has not made a physical move yet even though she’s pretty much back to where she was attraction level wise when they first met. He’s still pursuing via texting and phone 10%, but he’s not making a physical move to kiss her even though the signs are there that she’s ready to be kissed. She twirls her hair around her fingers, touches him frequently, laughs at all his corny jokes that aren’t really that funny, etc. So in the physical escalation department he’s not pursing enough. He says she seems to be texting him less these days.
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“When a woman puts a guy she was dating into friends zone, it is the equivalent of being put into dating time-out. When men pursue too much, call too much, start acting dopey, focus too much on relationship & dating labels, talk on the phone like her therapist or gay male girlfriend, act like a wussy, gush about their feelings too much and generally act more like a woman than a man, the predictable result is being banished to the dreaded friend zone. The most effective cure for friends zone, is not agreeing to it in the first place, and then walking and never looking back. The guy should always close with, “if you change your mind give me a call.” when walking away to leave the door open if she reconsiders down the road. If the woman does contact you again after stating this and walking, she won’t ask you out, but is usually gauging your interest. You should assume she wants to see you and then make a definite date.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne