What it means when a woman who you are dating says that she does not want to get into anything, she has a wall up, she’s guarded, she’s not looking for anything, etc., when you ask her why she seems to be so hot and cold all the time.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who has been dating a woman for about a month. He’s been talking on the phone with her almost every day, but has only had a handful of dates in person with her. She’s been acting hot and cold towards him. He confronted her about it only to hear some explanations that did not really make sense to him. She recently broke up with her boyfriend of over a year who she previously chose over him. He’s worried about being a rebound relationship also. I decipher what’s really going on and go through some of the texts they have been sending back and forth.
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“The feminist movement has done a lot of damage to emasculate men to the point that men are made to feel ashamed for their sexual desires, being men, being leaders and standing up for themselves. The effort to make both sexes equal has destroyed the natural sexual polarity between men and women to the point that almost every TV show or movie portrays men as being feminine, weak, needy, approval-seeking and basically afraid of women and afraid of being themselves. Women who I coach and talk to are extremely frustrated that men no longer seem to know how to be men, be leaders or create attraction. Men need to act like men and stop with the approval seeking ass-kissing phony behavior if they want to be successful in their intimate relationships.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne