How to stop being too nice and complaint so you can get out of friends zone, and get the woman who put you there to make you her lover, instead of simply being her friend.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who says he has been seeing this woman for about three years. When they first met he was in a relationship with another woman. He says he became very pushy and turned her off. He also says that he would marry her tomorrow.
He has not been spending very much time with her lately, but when he does she always stops him when he tries to make a move on her sexually. He thinks she is texting another guy as he has noticed some very sexy pictures of herself on her phone. They obviously were not for him. He’s basically stuck in friends zone as her potential backup since he has put his personal life on hold for her even though it’s going nowhere. He asks me what to do to turn things around.
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“When a guy is “too nice” or “too compliant” with a woman he likes romantically, eventually she will perceive him to be too weak to be her lover, and therefore, banish him to friends zone. It’s not so much that she puts him there, but that he puts himself there because he acts so unsure of himself, unsure of how to lead and how to seduce her properly. Women want men to know what they want, to be leaders and to go for it. Women don’t want to teach men how to be men. Women don’t want the power in relationships. Women will not trust the masculine core of men who are not clear in their intent and sexual desires, to feel safe and comfortable enough to open up to receive them emotionally, mentally, spiritually and physically. A woman is penetrated by the strength of a man. If he does not feel comfortable in his masculine, she won’t feel comfortable being in her feminine enough to the point that she opens up to receive him so he can have his way with her.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne