What it means when a woman you are on a date with suggests that you both go back to your place, and then later on starts saying that it’s late and that she should go. How you should respond so she decides to stay so you can seduce her successfully.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who met a woman while out with his friends and successfully got her number. He made a date with her and they ended up going to several different places and spent the whole day together. They started kissing and making out. She suggested that they go back to his place.
On the subway ride back to his place, she changed her mind and said it was getting late and that she should go home instead. He should have handled her last bit of resistance differently so he could pass her tests and she would have continued on back to his place to hookup. He asks me to critique his seduction attempt and what he should have done and said differently.
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“Women like sex too. However, they don’t want to feel like they are being used, treated like a sex object or only being a vehicle for a man’s sexual release. They date and sleep with men who are strong and secure. They will often fain disinterest, that they have to leave, that they are mad or that they are not happy, to test a man’s strength and worthiness. In order to pass this test, a man must not become diminished, upset, uncentered, frustrated, controlling, needy, disappointed, irritated, angry or fearful that he won’t get what he wants. If he does, he will fail her test and get rejected. If he consistently shows playful indifference and is unattached to getting what he wants, she will reward him by letting him have his way with her. His desire for her and his ability to walk away without getting what he wants, is a demonstration of his masculinity, worthiness and sex appeal.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne