How to date women without attachments, have open relationships and learn to love in such a way that you and the other person feel free to be and explore who they are, even if it means that they date and sleep with other people, or that you may lose them to someone else.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss three different emails from three different viewers. The first viewer is recently out of a long term relationship. After his phone session with me he decided that he wanted to “shop around” for awhile before getting into another relationship. He’s enjoying himself and dating two women. One of them wants him to stop dating the other woman, but he is not ready to commit to her. He wants to be honest but is unsure of how to handle the subject.
The second email is from a guy who is dating a woman who is a high end escort. He’s wondering how to get her to give up her livelihood so she can become the woman he wants her to be and change her lifestyle. He says they’re not sleeping together yet to “build sexual tension.” Come on man! The third email is from a guy who was already doing most things right with women, but he says my book, videos and articles have made him even better. He wants to know how to properly set and achieve goals.
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“Loving another human being also means that you want what’s best for them, even if that means that they end up with someone else. The most powerful way to love is love without attachments. That means loving them and desiring them, but being ok with any possibility of how they choose or choose not to love you back. When you can love someone so much, but deep down you know that they are not right for you longterm, you can let them go to seek their own happiness, even if it’s without you and with someone else. Dare others to find someone better than you. Give them the freedom to find someone else. That way, if they come back to you, you know that they are choosing to be with you because they really want and feel that inside. Love is about giving, not possessing, controlling or manipulating to get what you want. It is the freedom to love yourself and love another so much, that you’d want them to be with someone else because that’s what’s really best for them.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne