In this video coaching newsletter I discuss two emails from two different viewers. The first is an email from a viewer who was able to successfully re-attract his ex back after she dumped him due to his “acting like a needy little bitch” in his own words. He describes the several month long transformation he went through as he learned to apply and master what I teach.
His ex eventually said that she missed him, made a mistake by dumping him and that she wanted him back. The second email is from a lesbian woman who describes how my work has helped her to better understand herself and women in general, even though she is a woman herself.
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From my heart to yours,
Author, Speaker, Peak Performance Coach, Entrepreneur
“If you want an ex lover back who dumped you due to mistakes you made that turned them off, the best way to re-attract them is to walk away and never look back. Never call or contact them again. Move on with your life as if they are part of your past and you will never see or speak to them again. Start dating again and resolve to find someone better no matter how much you don’t feel like doing it. If they start contacting you again, don’t focus on a relationship or getting back together. Do not agree to be friends in any way, shape or form. Be clear and direct that you are only interested in them romantically, not platonically. Invite them to come to you to have dinner at your place or you are not interested for the first 2-3 dates. Treat them like first dates. Hangout, have fun and hookup. They dumped you. Therefore, it must be their idea to rekindle things. Wait for them to bring up getting back together or being exclusive again. Let them do 100% of the calling, texting and pursuing. Make dates when they reach out, no unnecessary chit chat. They blew you off like you were nothing, therefore they must treat you like you are important and necessary to their lives. They must earn you back.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne