The real reason why women act indecisively and constantly change their minds about you. How to get the woman or women in your life to make up their minds and consistently want you more and more instead of being flakey, indecisive and unsure.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who has vacillated back and forth between being a man and acting like a stalker. A woman he was dating was acting hot and cold and would often tell him she did not think it would work out between the two of them. He ignored this and continued to over pursue her anyway. He seriously writes in and asks me if he should pursue her even though she is no longer talking to him and has since blocked him from facebook like Forest Gump pursued Jenny in the movie Forest Gump. WTF????
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“Women love men who can make a decision. Masculine energy is about purpose, drive, mission, succeeding, accomplishing, breaking through barriers, achieving goals, etc. Women love when a man knows what he wants and goes for it. When he hesitates, acts unsure of himself, is fearful or expects his woman to make decisions and be the leader, she will become indecisive, unsure and often bitchy. Why? She wants his strength, decisiveness, fearlessness and masculinity, but not for him to act like a feminine woman. If a man is indecisive and unsure, his woman will become unsure and indecisive waiting for him to be a man and make up his mind. It forces her to move into her masculine essence which is not her nature essence. She resents this weakness and will only become sweet, feel safe and comfortable again when her man steps up, makes decisive decisions and acts like a leader again.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne