How to ensure your casual dating and hooking up successfully transitions to a loving and healthy long term relationship, so you don’t come off as a cold fish who does not really care about your woman by treating her like a fuck buddy.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who did great at picking up and dating a woman he really liked and who liked him. However, once things transitioned into a long term relationship, he continued to be aloof, cold, distant, indifferent and never really made her feel like her cared about her, even though he did.
She broke up with him telling him that she never felt like he cared about her. She brought up being in a relationship first, and he focused on hanging out, having fun and hooking up. Now he wonders what he could have done differently as he felt he followed what I teach.
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“Our favorite person is ourselves. Human beings in general are more attracted to people who find them attractive and interesting. Everyone loves when others are sincerely interested in who they really are. Long term relationships work when both people are sincerely interested, enamored and engaged to make the other person feel loved, valued and appreciated. One of the quickest ways to turn the opposite sex off is to treat them like a sex object, or like you are more interested in what they can do for you, than what you can unconditionally give to them. Relationships are about mutual perpetual giving and loving.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne