Why women will initially like you and want you, but then after a few dates go cold, seem distant, start canceling dates and ignoring your phone calls and texts. How to turn things around by regaining your power, acting masculine and being the leader so you can rebuild attraction and cause women to become interested in you again after making mistakes that turned them off.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who had five dates with a woman he met online. Things started out hot and heavy. She was texting and chatting with him after the first few dates. On the fifth date she was cold, distant, changed the plans and seemed to take over the date. When he reached out to her to plan the sixth date, she ignored him. He wonders what happened and what he should do next.
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“Women in general tend to openly wonder where have all the real men gone. They often complain that all the good ones are taken or gay. The reasons for this are most men are afraid to be leaders, act like pleasers, are afraid to be direct and ask women out, can’t make decisions, play games to mask their attraction and often come off as manipulative, creepy or like stalkers. The average guy often talks women right out of liking them. Attraction has already been handled by mother nature. If she likes you already, your job is to not talk her out of it, act like a masculine man and court her properly so she naturally will fall in love with you over time.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne