Why men need to stand up for themselves and be willing to walk away when they are mistreated, disrespected and taken for granted by the women they love or want to loved by.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who made the mistake of buying expensive gifts, creating expensive dates and treating a woman he desired with expensive dinners in his mistaken attempt to bribe her for sex and a relationship. Eventually after seven months she said she loved him. However, she was constantly condescending, rude, disrespectful, bitchy and no matter what he did she was never happy. She also constantly dumped him and later took him back after his groveling and apologizing for her bitchy behavior.
She recently dumped him again and said things were now permanently over romantically, but that they could be friends. He agreed. His real problem was that he never acted like a man and let her treat him like a doormat. I also discuss some similar situations and problems three other recent phone/Skype coaching clients had and how their not standing up for themselves, led to bitchy women and being treated like dirt.
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“Women find it incredibly unattractive and a major turnoff when men won’t stand up for themselves. Women become bitchy, disrespectful, abusive and unappreciative towards men for only two reasons: 1) Not making their women feel beautiful, special and loved by continuing to court, date or communicate with them properly. 2) Not acting like men are supposed to act by being leaders, but instead acting weak, indecisive, unsure, approval seeking, desperate, needy, pleasers and generally not standing up for themselves.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne