Why it’s a bad idea to use the “friendship” word with someone who you want to date romantically, and how this will keep you forever sexually frustrated and stuck in friends zone with them.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who met a woman in 2011 via Facebook. He proceeded to mask his true intentions and feelings thinking the friendship route was the best one to take in order to have a relationship with her. After several years he got to the point where he felt he had to do something, so he told her he wanted to take their friendship to the next level.
She replied, “Let’s see where this friendship will go.” Then he asked her if she saw him as a potential romantic partner and if she found him attractive. Her answers only seemed to confuse him more. He told her they could still be friends. He asks what he should do now.
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“If you are in a fearful state that you won’t get what you want, you often will accept terms that are undesired or not what you want at all. In any relationship, if you accept treatment, behavior or status that is not what you are seeking, you communicate that you don’t feel you are deserving of the very best. The truth is, you deserve awesome friends, lovers and people in your life. If you accept mediocre or settle for anything that is less than you deserve, you will attract more of the same. The more you settle and prostitute your feelings, wants, needs, dreams and desires, the more you will sap and sabotage your happiness and enthusiasm for life. It’s always better in the long run to your overall happiness and well being, to keep working on yourself, perfecting your life and becoming what you want to attract, instead of settling and deluding yourself into believing you will ever be satisfied with mediocrity.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne