How to use charm, playful banter, indifference, humor, masculinity, certainty and playfulness, to re-create attraction in your relationship, to save a marriage on the verge of divorce, a partner on the verge of cheating or leaving you for someone else, or to turn your lover from being turned-off, disinterested in sex, being cold and distant, etc., into being affectionate, horny, loving, sweet and wanting to work things out.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who has been able to successfully re-attract his wife of almost two decades by using what I teach in my book, website articles and YouTube videos. Their marriage had been on the verge of divorce and her leaving him for another man.
He said that over the years he stopped being the man in the relationship and “bitched out” on his role. They hardly ever communicated, had sex maybe once per month and became complacent and resentful of each other. He got back to being playful, charming and a good listener which completely changed how his wife interacted with him for the better. He details what he did and said to re-attract his wife.
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“Relationships are about giving, loving, having fun, meeting each others needs, helping each other grow and become more, and to have someone to share your completeness with. One of the biggest reasons that relationships start to become cold, unloving, boring, dull and unfulfilling, is that one or both partners are no longer giving and loving unconditionally in the same way that they did in the beginning of the relationship. Instead of the relationship being fun, exciting, loving, playful and fulfilling, it becomes full of hurt, unmet needs/wants/desires, drama, hostility and arguments. The quickest way to turn around a failing relationship is to get back to communicating, listening, understanding, empathizing, giving, meeting each others needs, being playful and having fun together. The couple that plays together stays together.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne