Why giving lovers, women you are dating, girlfriends, wives, significant others, etc., the space and time to miss you is essential to facilitating love blossoming, maintaining relationships long term and keeping others interested in and attracted to you.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss four different emails from four different viewers. Three of them are guys who are struggling with being patient and giving the appropriate amount of space in-between contact with the women they are involved with. They are therefore not getting the results and increasing attraction that they would like. One guys girlfriend of four months has dramatically reduced her contact while on vacation with her family for three weeks. He’s wondering why, since things were so good before she left.
I discuss when and how much space is needed to keep attraction growing. I also answer an email from a woman who went from living with a guy for seven months, to living apart and him not making any effort to see her. Now he only sends her random facebook messages, but does not invite her on dates. She wonders what’s up with his behavior.
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“In music, it is the spaces in-between the notes that creates the sounds of music. Otherwise, music would just be constant noise. In friendship, love and relationships you must give others the time and space to miss you and realize what you mean to them. This gives them the space to still be themselves and enjoy their freedom to be and express who they are, but also appreciate the gift and blessing you are to them in their lives. If you act neurotic and come unglued when you are away from them, or don’t hear from them in the time you expect, you will create noise in the music of your relationship and they will simply change the channel on you and find someone else who they make better music with. That’s something to think about.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne