Why you should stop asking a woman out who has already rejected you twice, or canceled dates with you in the past, and what to do so she asks you out and actually keeps the date in the future.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss five different emails from five different viewers, and an email from a viewer who was able to save his 18 year marriage from what he learned in my book, YouTube videos & website articles. The first email is from a viewer whose ex recently contacted him after several months of no contact. She is still with her boyfriend, but he wonders what it means now that she is reaching out. The second email is from a viewer whose ex came over after she contacted him recently, but sex did not happen because she is still with her boyfriend. He has started texting her and asks me what I think of his actions and texts.
The third email is from a viewer who got friend-zoned by his girlfriend. He thought things were going to progress again romantically after he agreed to become her roommate along with three other girls, but she is not going to be staying in the same bedroom. He asks me how to handle things. The fourth email is from a viewer whose finance cheated on him with some hippie-dread-locked-fruitarian dude. She asked for a “break” over text. The fifth email is from a viewer who went out on four dates with a woman he met. On the fifth date she blew him off and never showed up. She said she forgot about their date when he called to find out where she was. He noticed on facebook that she was actually with her ex-boyfriend.
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“The quickest way to get someone’s attention is to remove yours. When someone ignores you, disrespects you or treats you like a second class citizen, and you continue to stick around or tolerate it, you are inviting them to do it to you again and enabling their behavior. Just like when you are negotiating, the strongest negotiating position is being able to walk away and mean it. If you don’t get terms or treatment that are to your liking, stating what you want and walking away is often the only way others will come to respect you enough to give you what you want. Even if they don’t ultimately give you what you want, they will at least respect you, as your walking away communicates that you value yourself enough to seek satisfaction and fulfillment elsewhere.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne