Why making a woman feel valued, heard, seen and appreciated is essential to a successful seduction, and why she fears being used and manipulated for sex, even though women like sex just as much as men do.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss two different emails from two different viewers. The first email is from a woman who went out with a man on seven dates. She slept with him on the seventh date. The next morning he could not wait to get her out of his house and he has been evasive about seeing her again ever since. She feels used and wonders if she should have held out longer before sleeping with him. I point out some glaring red flags that she ignored before sleeping with him that give away his true intentions and character.
The second email is from a viewer who started following what I teach to re-attract his nine year girlfriend back into his life and bedroom. He shares what he did and said and I discuss how he can continue to tweak his approach.
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“Women like sex just as much as men do. However, they want to avoid at all costs the feeling of being used and manipulated for sex when men disappear immediately after taking them to bed for the first time. Men should never lie, deceive, manipulate or give false promises of a future relationship in a selfish quest to simply get laid, or have a good seduction story to brag to their guy friends about. Women want to be in a love story. They want to be seen, heard, appreciated and feel beautiful for who they are.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne