Why men need to treat women they want to date like equals, instead of putting them on a pedestal, kissing their asses, acting like doormats or treating them like celebrities.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss two different emails from two different viewers who are struggling to treat women they care about like equals, instead of celebrities. The first email is from a viewer who acted like a wussy with a woman he really liked when they first met. He got friend-zoned and has been stuck there ever since. Years later he has been doing well with other women, but every time she reaches out to him, he tends to go back to his wussy like ways. Even when he takes her out on dates, his fear causes him to not make a move and instead continue to act like her gay male girlfriend. The second email is from a viewer who dated a woman long distance for three and a half years until his wussy like behavior got him dumped. He’s also trying to get out of friend zone and rekindle their romance now that he knows better, but it’s proving to be easier said than done when she reaches out to him.
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“Attraction is not a choice. Men and women have no control over who they find sexually attractive anymore than they can control the weather. You should always treat other people like equals, instead of putting them on a pedestal and treating them like they are celebrities. When you act or feel inferior, or treat others as celebrities, you are communicating that you do not feel worthy to be in their presence. Eventually they will tire of your weak, ass-kissing behavior and agree with you; that you don’t deserve to be with or around them. If you don’t see yourself as a gift and a blessing, other people won’t either.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne