In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a woman who goes into intimate explicit detail on how she recently became involved with an alpha male. She says she has not pursued or contacted a man in six years, but this guy has his shit together. She therefore feels safe and comfortable enough with him as a man to let him be the leader, submit to him sexually and basically have his way with her. She details their phone and texting exchanges, and shares exactly what he said and did to cause her drop all her resistance, tests and being difficult, so she could receive him in every way.
She ended up going to his place for drinks on their first date. Later on in the evening they made passionate love for several hours after much sexual tension and anticipation had been built. She also discusses how she has used the phone and texting in the past to screen out weak beta males, and why she would always make “maybe” dates with several different guys every weekend. It’s a great email from a woman’s perspective so you can see her thought processes and how her feelings and emotions were affected by his masculine alpha male behavior.
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“When a woman is not really that interested in you, or she has other guys she would rather go out with, she often will tell you “maybe,” when you try asking her out for a date. Why? She wants to keep you in backup position in case the guy she really likes becomes available to see her. Therefore, never agree to a “maybe” date with anyone. The self-respecting and self-loving thing to do is to decline a “maybe” date, and tell the other person that unless they are willing to make definite plans, you are going to pass and do it some other time. Tell them to get in touch with you once they figure out their schedule. They’ll either make definite plans, or let you walk. If they let you walk, they really weren’t that interested in you anyway.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne