Today we're going to be talking to a client of mine who purchased a session, got a discount so she can let me do it live and we're going to show you guys the conversation I had with her. The guy that she's been talking to is acting like a little bitch so she wants to know whether or not she should go out with him because he's talking to her but not asking her out.
We're going to hear her story and the struggles she goes to and we're gonna find out a solution to fix this problem because we can't let this happen ever again.
I don't try to know why people do things, I just have consequences based on actions just like the law.
If he's not willing to look you in the eye or ask you out, find somebody else because it's not worth it. When you date guys who are bitches, you know what happens to you? You turn into a man and become more masculine and you become uncomfortable.
A part of you will want to stay because you don't want people to think that you bailed on the relationship early. It's better not to even start it because you'll lose respect for him so right now, feel the disrespect and let that guide your decision.
Now, what can you do to not get attached? Just realize that the little fantasy of a perfect relationship in your head (from RomComs) will never happen. And if it does happen, it'll just happen in a short stint and will go back to normal after a while.
When you meet a guy, realize that that's not who he is and that everyone is acting around you. Remember that everyone is just playing a game of appearances, people act as they care about you but they really don't.
I used to get attached to women fast but then I realized, women don't give a fuck. You think that he's looking at you in the way everything is going is because of you, a lot of times, it's his selfish desires and you're just an add-on.
Have a realistic expectation of people because when we have fantasies, we forget to include the psychology of other people and how they will react to our fantasies. Now, what if he texts you? Just ignore him and move on.
We discuss this in greater detail in my course.... click here.