Why trying to be friends first with a woman before asking her out, or agreeing to be friends only when you really want a woman romantically, will cause women to get pissed off at you and be hurt when you finally stand up for yourself and what you want by telling them you’re not interested in being friends only.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who got put in friends zone a year ago, but still has persevered holding out hope she will change her mind. Recently he told her he was no longer interested in being friends only and sent her links to some of my videos. She’s pretty fired up at him and he feels bad for doing it and guilty for standing up for himself. However, he still ignores the fact that he’s wasted a year and a half of his life being hung up on a girl who has no interest in him. Because he always put his needs and desires as being last to everyone else’s, women walk all over him and only treat him like a gay male girlfriend.
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