What causes a woman to friend-zone a guy who she was initially very attracted to and interested in, and what you can do to get out of friend-zone if you have done and said things that led to a woman who you were dating putting you there.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss three different emails from three different viewers. The first email is from a guy who got the “let’s just be friends speech” from a girl he was dating. After reading my book he realize where he went wrong. He says he started acting weak and needy. He walked away and has not heard from her. The second email is from a viewer who has only been getting dates with a woman he met online for about once per month. He realized he talked and texted too much and that is why he lost her to another guy and got the let’s just be friends speech for his efforts.
The third email is from a viewer who almost had sex with a woman who says that she’s going to leave her husband for good. She’s already left him several times before apparently. However, since he has talked and texted too much on his phone with her, she has stopped coming over to spend the night, make out and potentially hook up. He wonders how to move it from the phone back to his home again so he can finally seal the deal.
“The dreaded friends-zone, the place where the relationships or potential relationships of the guy who is “too nice,” go to die a slow death of rejection. When a woman meets a man she potentially wants to date, she is internally questioning if he is good for her or not. Guys get friend-zoned for several predictable reasons: calling too much, over-pursuing, acting needy, acting unworthy, not standing up for themselves, letting women and other people walk all over them, acting weak, acting timid, acting shy, expecting the women to be the leaders, acting unsure of themselves, not escalating things physically when the signs are there that women are ready to be touched or kissed, approval seeking behavior, acting feminine, acting like women, trying to lock women down to a commitment, etc. Getting friend-zoned is a direct result of giving off a continuous vibe of unworthiness, uncertainty, being unsure, not knowing what to do or how to lead, making women feel superior and themselves inferior, etc. If you ever get friend-zoned, it’s because you convinced the woman through your words and actions that you are not on the same level as her emotionally, mentally, physically and spiritually.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne