Today, we'll be talking about Corey Wayne's video "When you stop caring, results come". I'll be giving my opinion about his advice and how I'm different from his advice. This video will also show you what I agree and disagree with him.
When a girl takes a long time to respond, gets hot and cold and contacts you back, my response would be to say "Hey, no problem. How's it going?" Respond with friendliness but don't ask questions, don't initiate contact, don't ask her out and let be the one to ask you out. If she does ask you out, go out. The point is to not ask her out. If she acts hot and cold, ask her once but if she doesn't want to, tell her to you know when she's available and that's it. Be done and don't put any more emotional investments in her.
Sometimes, when a girl goes hot and cold, it may be because she doesn't like you or she's playing games. There's a small percentage of women who know the game and are playing it. They like you but they hope that you don't catch up with their games. By you not reacting to them expose those games because it forces them to notice that the game isn't working and they still like you.
When a woman is playing games and flakes on me, I just pull back and become more difficult. That's how you got to be. When she's acting uninterested then you pull away but be passive-aggressive. Take a long time to respond back, say that you're doing something and wish her a nice day. It's not dealt with by being forceful, it's by you being extra distant in letting her come to you.
Women act like something happened but in reality, they're just aren't interested. Some women, for the life of them, will never tell you why they don't like because they don't like confrontations.
You got to stop giving a shirt about her being mad at you for standing up for yourself. Again, standing up for yourself doesn't mean being angry, it just means you slow things done intentionally to show her that you're not easy. The problem is, some of you don't want to do that so you got to get your purpose for that.
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