Why men and women play emotional, mental and physical games during dating to protect their hearts, and how to get past the BS so you can have an effortless dating experience, and easily transition into a healthy loving committed exclusive relationship.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss five emails from five different viewers. Three of them are from women and two from men. The first email is from a woman who has been playing games and holding back with a man she has been dating in order to manipulate him into doing what she wants. I discuss authenticity and how to get what you want in relationship without playing games.
Another email is from a woman who confirms the things I teach from a woman’s perspective. One of the male viewers whose email I discuss has been dating a woman for several months who is also still seeing her ex who pays her bills, car lease, etc. The only problem? They have not slept together yet, but she claims she has “feelings” for him and can’t make up her mind. He has become her gay male girlfriend and therapist while she still hooks up with her ex.
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“Being attached to a particular outcome or action by a member of the opposite sex who you are involved with in relationship is one of the primary causes of drama, game playing, dysfunction and suffering. Men and women both play games where they mask their true intentions, feelings, desires, needs and wants out of fear that they will look stupid, get their heart broken, be taken advantage of or face rejection. Operating from a place of fear and holding back is the opposite of love. Love is giving without expectations or attachment to anything you want in return, and having gratitude for whatever shows up as a consequence of your giving. Loving yourself means standing up for what you want and communicating that, but also leaving the relationship if the other person can’t or won’t meet your needs so you can find someone who will.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne