Why women will break up with you saying the reason is that “you’ve changed… I don’t know who you are anymore, etc.” What women really mean and what you can do to get them to change their minds so they want you back.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss four different emails from four different viewers who have been struggling to be consistent in their masculine and manly behavior.
One of them got dumped by his girlfriend because he stopped being the interesting, driven and in shape guy she fell in love with. I critique all four on what they need to do to tweak their pickup, dating and relationship game.
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“Often times in our relationships out of our own desire to be accepted and loved by others, we change who we are in order to become what we think other people want us to become so we can hold on to what we want, or feel we need from them. This will often times lead to one or both people saying that they felt like they are losing themselves or have lost themselves in their relationships. When you have changed so much of your life and your routines to accommodate other people to gain their acceptance, love or approval, it can definitely start to feel like you have lost your identity. Relationships of all kinds are best when you enter into them knowing who you are, what you want and without having to change or modify who you are. Relationships are about sharing and appreciating each others uniqueness, not conforming to someone else’s vision of who you should be or becoming something you are not to please another.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne