How to determine why you’re still stuck in friends zone with your ex or a woman who put you there when you made too many mistakes previously. How to correct what you are doing wrong so you can get out of friends zone.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss two emails from two different viewers. One of them got put into friends zone by his ex girlfriend. He told her he was not interested in being friends only. He held out for a few weeks and then when he said he could not take it anymore, he called her. She was happy to hear from him, but on their date she was cold and distant. He went for the kiss and got denied.
He’s frustrated, disappointed and does not know what to do now. The second email is from a guy who met a girl and had amazing chemistry and attraction the first moment they met. Things were hot and heavy for a few weeks. She had a bad breakup with another guy shortly before they met. Once he started talking about a relationship, how she felt about her ex, etc., she quickly friend-zoned him. Two textbook cases of men who unnecessarily sabotage their success.
“When a woman puts a man in friends zone it can be for many reasons. The most common is because the guy does not act like a man is supposed to act. This is often due to his acting too nice, not standing up for himself, being too indecisive or timid, acting weak or needy, lacking confidence, acting unsure, etc. Friend-zone can also be a purgatory where women put guys who they like, but who they are presently unsure of whether or not they measure up or are worthy to date or hookup with. Friend-zone purgatory can also be a place where women put guys who are on standby or backup mode incase things don’t work out with their primary lover. Any self-respecting or self-loving man will never wait around or tolerate being placed in friends zone for any reason. Why? Men who value themselves and what they have to offer are simply not going to wait around on indecisive or unavailable women, because to do so would only inhibit and delay attracting the right woman for them.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne