How to tell if women you are dating, flirting with or in a relationship with are either bored, disinterested or turned off. How to tell when it’s time to cut your losses and move on, or if you still have a chance and can turn things around with women you are dating or trying to date.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss four different emails from four different viewers. The first email is from a viewer whose girlfriend after living together for a while has told him that she is thinking about moving out because she feels like he is “not as vibrant as when” they first met and started dating. He wants to know how to get the sexual tension and mystery back since they live together and he is always available to her. The second email is from a guy who tried chasing his ex girlfriend to get her back in vain. He wants to know what he can do to cause her to regret dumping him so she wants him back.
The third email is from a guy who asks me to critique his performance on a recent first date to determine whether or not she is romantically interested in him. The fourth email is from a guy who ran into a woman he dated a year ago, but chose another guy over him. She told him to get in touch with her. He asks whether or not if it means that she wants to explore things with him again since she is still with her boyfriend. She did not mention her boyfriend during their conversation however.
“Complacency in relationships is not an overnight thing. Complacency comes when one or both people in a relationship get bored, distracted with other priorities or simply take each other for granted. It’s a slow process which is similar to the frog and boiling pot of water analogy. If you drop a frog in a pot of boiling water, it will jump right out. If you put a frog in a pot of warm water and slowly turn up the heat, it will slowly boil to death. When you are dating and not attached, both people tend to be on their best behavior and are paying attention to meeting each others needs. Determining sexual attraction or lack thereof is pretty easy when you know what to look for. However, in long term relationships, one or both people will slowly stop putting their best foot forward. It’s easier to spot problems in casual dating, but much harder once two people have been together for many years. It takes continuous consistent effort to maintain long term relationships.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne