How to properly handle and respond to women whose attraction and interest is growing in you, if they start complaining or asking why they never hear from you, so you can give them what they need emotionally, and keep them chasing and wanting you more and more.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who is doing really well with dating women, and then letting them go when their interest seems to wane for a bit. He tells them to contact him when their schedule frees up and they do. He says it works like a charm for him. However, some of the women he is dating start to get a little upset after a few weeks of hanging out, having fun and hooking up and ask him why they never hear from him during the week.
Sometimes they say they would like a good morning text or a good night text from him. He notices that if he does not comply, they seem to start fading away and losing interest. They sometimes will say he is playing games or just wants to use them for sex. I tell him how to address this when a woman brings it up so she does not start fading away, but instead continues to pursue and chase more.
“As a woman’s attraction for you grows, her natural instinctive feminine energy will compel her to seek more of your time, attention, affection and presence. She starts to feel closer to you emotionally and physically and therefore wants more of you. In order to properly bond with her, cause her to trust you and continue to feel safe and comfortable with you, reciprocation and effort are necessary. If a man acts like a cold emotionless uncaring zombie, she will start to back away and become unsure of her feelings, and him. A good rule of thumb for men to follow is the 80/20 rule. A man’s initiated contact should not exceed 20% or this will have a negative effect on her attraction and desire for him. Men should treasure, adore and be grateful for every contact their women initiate to them, and communicate and reciprocate their gratitude and happiness for their women’s attention. It is a gift NEVER to be taken for granted, but to be cherished and celebrated.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne