Why it’s a bad idea to suggest to your woman when you are having problems that she break up with you, or asking her if she wants to break up with you.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who was having problems with his girlfriend of several years. Things had been rocky for a while and she mentioned to him she was thinking about breaking up with him once again. He sent her an email later that evening saying that they could work things out and get through their troubles together.
The next day they met and he did not act like the confident guy he had portrayed himself to be in his email the night before. Instead of letting her talk and find out what was really on her mind by communicating effectively, he asked if she wanted to break up with him. Not a good idea.
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