How to know if women are really into you, or if you are simply bullshitting yourself into believing that they are really into you when they are not. Why asking women to be your girlfriend is a bad strategy to get a girlfriend and will usually lead to you getting friend zoned or rejected outright.
In this video coaching newsletter, I discuss six emails from six different viewers who are basically bullshitting themselves about how much the women they are involved with care about them. Some are trying to get a woman back after acting weak and others are chasing women they have little to no chance with.
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“Too many guys have seen too many movies that revolve around a guy falling for a girl who has no interest in them initially, but after he acts like a stalker and is persistent enough, she throws in the towel and falls in love with him. Men who don’t have good male role models often mistakenly believe what they see in movies, which is that by liking a woman a lot, it will cause her to want them. The truth is, attraction is not a choice. She either likes you enough to date you from the start, or she does not. If she is not eager to accept your invitation for dinner, drinks, etc., it means that she’s not that into you. Keep searching until you find one who is. Your dating experience will be much easier, effortless, fun and successful if you do.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne