Why men need to focus on their purpose and mission in life, and do what they want to make themselves happy, instead of trying to become what they think their women want, being a pleaser and waiting around on their women to tell them what to do like their mommy.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who was with his ex girlfriend for four and a half years. For the first three years of their relationship, they lived in South Florida. She is an aspiring actress and would fly out to LA for auditions. She then asked him to move out to LA so she could be closer for her career.
He got a job transfer and they eventually moved in together. He did everything she asked him to do. However, after a year of living together she broke up with him and moved out. She even claimed that he did not support her acting career. They still occasionally hang out, but since they are no longer together, he says there is no reason for him to stay in LA and he is contemplating moving back, but he is hesitant because he still wants to get back together with her. He asks my opinion.
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“Women want men to have a purpose and mission that they love and are passionate about. They don’t want to be the leaders in a relationship or tell or teach men how to be men. If a man is not comfortable leading, being decisive, being ambitious and goal oriented, making decisions, making plans for dates and inviting his woman to join him, she will grow to resent him, not trust his masculine core and move into her unnatural masculine essence to make up for his weakness. This will lead to the loss of her sexual attraction to him. Men who try to make their women their mommies so they can tell them what to do instead of being their masculine lovers, will find themselves being unexpectedly single again.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne