In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who got blown off by a woman he always had a crush on and wanted to date. Last year they started dating and she fell in love with him. This year he had only seen her twice and she would only kiss him on the cheek each time. He walked away after over pursuing and chasing once he found my work and learned the error of his ways. She started contacting him after a few months of no contact. Once he got back from a long vacation, she reached out and he set a date. They finally slept together and had sex for the first time. Then he did not hear from her for six days. He called her and she said he made her feel like a one night stand. A few days later she accused him of playing games, even though that is exactly what she was doing with him. He asks me what it means and what he should do now.
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“It’s very difficult to turn things around with a former lover who you previously screwed things up with by acting weak, needy, desperate, smothering, over-pursuing and acting clingy, because they become emotionally conditioned and expect you to always be that way. When you start acting normal, confident and start standing up for yourself, it will create attraction, but things will be much more difficult to progress romantically, vs. meeting someone new and doing everything right from the start. If you are trying to re-attract an ex, you will have a much better chance for success if you have several other romantic options. Having several romantic options will help put you in an abundance mentality, keep you in a peaceful and relaxed state and enable you to do more things right than wrong.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne