How to determine if a woman is just shy and reserved, but interested in you romantically, or if she is simply not interested. How to read situations where women seem to have romantic interest, but when you ask for a date you get shot down, or she turns her cheek when you try to kiss her saying she is just shy.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss two different emails from two different viewers who are not being honest with themselves about women who they want, and who they think also want them, but who are not reciprocating the same level of effort and interest. More examples of cognitive dissonance and seeing a fantasy instead of reality.
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“Our egos can be a blessing and a useful tool when it comes to believing in ourselves taking risks and achieving goals; but when it comes to romance, our egos can be a little delusional and blind us to the reality that some lovers are simply not interested in us romantically. Ideal candidates for dating are members of the opposite sex who are ready, willing and able to date. That means that there are no ex’s in the background, they are divorced, single, unattached or not confused about how they feel about someone else. They have a clean slate and space in their already complete and whole lives for you to potentially fill. Only people who have a low self-esteem, who are shy or structured, cheaters, liars or who are messed up in some way, will have interest but are unable or unwilling to show it or act upon it. Take the path of least resistance and spend your time with potential lovers who are ready, willing and able to date you without any messy drama going on in the background.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne