The importance of men standing firm on their principles, what they want and what they believe in. Why being submissive is a feminine quality, and why being certain, decisive and standing for what one believes in is a masculine quality.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss three different emails from three different viewers who are struggling to stand up for themselves, what they want, and acting like pleasers. The first email is from a viewer who is dating a woman who says she has a fantasy about him being with another man and watching. He says he’s never considered what amounts to gay sex and never has had any interest in it, but he says he is considering it because she says it would really turn her on.
The second email is from a viewer who moved to another city to be closer to his girlfriend because she threatened to end things romantically if he did not move closer to her. Once he did, she friend-zoned him and he found out she had cheated on him with one of his friends. He says he wants her back and is willing to forgive the cheating. He’s basically been acting like a submissive woman. They have not talked in over two months now.
The third email is from a viewer who got dumped by his girlfriend two months ago. He started contacting her apologizing and trying to get another chance. She responded by putting him in friends-zone. He walked away once he realized it was getting him nowhere. Now he is fearful and is contemplating chasing her again to try and change her mind. That’s obviously not a good idea since he’s continuously acted like a mangina already, and it’s gotten him nowhere.
“Masculine energy stands up for what it believes in. Feminine energy is only submissive in the presence of masculine strength, not weakness. When a man is unsure of himself or goes along with something he’s not really into in order to please a woman, he will turn a woman off and cause her to back away and not trust his masculine core. If a man won’t stand up for himself to his woman, his woman will lose respect and attraction for him.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne